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formful

[ fawrm-fuhl ]
/ ˈfɔrm fəl /
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adjective
displaying excellent form, especially in performing a sport.
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Origin of formful

First recorded in 1720–30; form + -ful
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How to use formful in a sentence

  • The artists will doubtless make sport more formful, rhythmical, and beautiful.

    The Joyful Heart|Robert Haven Schauffler
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