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Definitions of form:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To assume a form.

part of speech: noun

The external or outward appearance or shape of anything; image; likeness; orderly arrangement; established practice, or ritual; a mold or pattern; a long bench without a back; a class; manner; as, he was playing in good form.

part of speech: verb transitive

To give shape to; create; mold to a particular pattern; conceive or imagine; constitute; devise; adjust.

part of speech: verb transitive

To give form or shape to: to make: to contrive: to settle, as an opinion: to combine: to go to make up: to establish: ( gram.) to make by derivation.

part of speech: noun

A Latin termination denoting like, in the form of; as, vermiform, wormlike, falciform, scythe- like, ensiform, sword- like, oviform, in the form of an egg, etc.

part of speech: verb

To shape; to fashion; to mould; to contrive; to combine; to make; to constitute; to go to make up.

part of speech: adjective

Former.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To take shape.

part of speech: noun

The shape or external appearance of anything; a pattern; a mould; beauty; stated method; ceremony; ritual; something not essential; a long seat used in a school; name applied to one of the classes of a great public school, as first form, sixth form, & c., pronounced form; types set up ready for printing.

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