unformed

[uhn-fawrmd]
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Origin of unformed

First recorded in 1275–1325, unformed is from the Middle English word unfourmed. See un-1, form, -ed2
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Contemporary Examples of unformed

Historical Examples of unformed

  • Its style is unformed, sometimes rhetorical, sometimes familiar.

  • How mighty the influence of which the unformed minds of a group of children are susceptible!

    The Teacher

    Jacob Abbott

  • And then the thought first came to my mind, all unformed, but still sweet.

    The Light of Scarthey

    Egerton Castle

  • I was only an ignorant, silly, unformed girl, and you were so different.

    The Making of a Soul

    Kathlyn Rhodes

  • But she had to admit there was no telling what the mushrooms might do to Floating Lily's unformed spirit.

    Shaman

    Robert Shea


British Dictionary definitions for unformed

unformed

adjective
  1. shapeless
  2. immature
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Word Origin and History for unformed
adj.

early 14c., from un- (1) "not" + past participle of form (v.).

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