form Examples

EN[fɔːm] [fɔɹm] [-ɔː(ɹ)m]

    Examples of form in a Sentence

  • Examples of form
    1. The abbreviate form has never been able to recover that shock.
    2. The more aberrant any form is, the greater must have been the number of connecting forms which, on my theory, have been exterminated.
    3. in Isubu, certain cardinal numbers are subject to alliteral concord (= they change their form so as to alliterate with the noun they modify)
    4. When he immigrated he changed his name to the anglicised form so the natives could pronounce it correctly.
    5. If soul were the material form of the body, it would be no better than the lower "Mundane sprite," which has no animadversive power either.
    6. The weakness exists within culture itself, in the form of certain desires, dreams, and deliriums called up by "entertainment," mass culture, by certain types of antiart.
    7. "'Pon" is an aphetic form of "upon".
    8. Gastric bypass surgery is a form of bariatric surgery.
    9. There can be no doubt that the first churches in Constantinople were in the basilican form. — Milman.
  • Examples of forms
    1. The more aberrant any form is, the greater must have been the number of connecting forms which, on my theory, have been exterminated.
    2. The desert storm was riding in its strength; the travellers lay beneath the mastery of the fell simoom. [ …] Roaring, leaping, pouncing, the tempest raged about the wanderers, drowning and blotting out their forms with sandy spume.
    3. An agender noun includes both the masculine and feminine forms.
    4. Although there are dozens of different types of gems, among the best known and most important are diamond, ruby and sapphire, emerald and other gem forms of the mineral beryl, chrysoberyl, tanzanite, tsavorite, topaz and jade.
    5. "Whether the chichi gender theorists like it or not, sexual duality is a law of nature among all highly evolved life forms." --Camille Paglia
    6. The lateral contributions are by the lateral cartilages, namely, the orbitosphenoid, which forms lesser wing of sphenoid, anterior clinoids, and planum sphenoidale, the alisphenoid that forms the greater wing of sphenoid and the medial pterygoid plate.
    7. "Big" is a comparable adjective, since it can take the forms "bigger" and "biggest"; but "unique" is not comparable, except in disputed, but common, usage. ‎
  • Examples of formed
    1. These cryoprotectants act colligatively by replacing the water and thus decreasing the amount of ice formed in the body.
    2. Deoxycholic acid is a secondary bile acid that is formed through dehydroxylation by intestinal bacteria and is reabsorbed through enterohepatic recirculation to maintain a constant pool of bile acids.
    3. There is a technique called drop crotching, in which the highest crotch formed by a scaffold branch and the trunk is removed, or dropped, to a lower one. This does not always work.
    4. Cystine crystals are formed when several conditions are met besides levels of hyperexcreted cystine.
    5. The hypogranulosis formed in human psoriasis was absent in the mouse model tested in the present work.
  • Examples of forming
    1. a neck forming the journal of a shaft
    2. A short flight of iron steps leads up to it and a storm door is built over the stoop, forming a little vestibule, and serving to keep out the gusts.
    3. Again Abdullah listened intently, his eyes closed, his ten fingers forming a temple of his hands in front of him.
    4. A toggle joint, which used a lever system to multiply power, replaced the screw mechanism for forcing down the impression-forming platen.
    5. Two canopy-forming trees, Tuckeroo (Cupaniopsis anacardioides), and Coast Banksia (Banksia integrifolia var. integrifolia), are typical of these latter rainforests.
    6. Comma-separated elements preceding the turnstile should be interpreted as forming a conjunction, whereas comma-separated elements following the turnstile should be interpreted as forming a disjunction.
    7. He hesitated whether to accept the offer or not; men often hesitate in forming a judgment.
    8. The more the backstay is tightened, the less the headstay will sag off to leeward, forming a rigid and more efficient arc along the luff of the genoa while beating to weather.
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