How and what makes this amorphous movement step in this direction or that?
But for the fashion world, where trends are amorphous and tastes constantly shifting, the franchise is serious business.
Most of them were lying in pieces, a mélange of limbs, and torsos amongst loose organs and amorphous chucks of flesh.
Not in tax dollars, not in national resources, not even in the amorphous concept of a body count.
But the amorphous blend of character and character motivation somehow morphs into plot.
These are (a) amorphous substances, (b) fibers, and (c) cells.
It is impossible to ignite there a fragment of amorphous phosphorus.
An amorphous form results when a mixture of iron filings and sulphur are triturated with water.
There are two general forms—the crystalline and the amorphous.
In the free state carbon occurs in three allotropic forms, two of which are crystalline and one amorphous.
amorphous a·mor·phous (ə-môr'fəs)
Lacking definite form; shapeless.
Lacking organization; formless.
Lacking distinct crystalline structure.