The officer passed a form across the table and handed me a ballpoint pen, and I realized that this was war.
Even Keith Olbermann seems to think that watching his show should be a form of homework (and I say that with love).
He would more than likely have supported some form of paywall.
It is highly unlikely that there is some hard break in prudence between those who submitted the form and those who did not.
Combine shredded carrots and sugars, let sit for 5-10 minutes (a juice will form).
They form one of the principal ingredients of a good time (see Paris).
I breathed freely, and my form seemed to expand itself with buoyant life.
Shall that form be clasped in the arms of a base-born peasant?
Considered as a form of self-sacrifice, it was not without its pleasures.
I shook my head and tried to form the letters with her fingers; but she got more and more angry.
early 13c., from Old French forme "physical form, appearance, pleasing looks; shape, image," from Latin forma "form, contour, figure, shape; appearance, looks' model, pattern, design; sort, kind condition," origin unknown. One theory holds that it is from Greek morphe "form, beauty, outward appearance" (see Morpheus) via Etruscan [Klein]. Sense of "behavior" is first recorded late 14c. Meaning "a document with blanks to be filled in" is from 1855.
c.1300, from Old French fourmer, from Latin formare, from forma "form, contour, figure, shape" (see form (n.)). Related: Formed; forming.
Having the form of: plexiform.
The record of past performances by a horse, team, competitor, etc; the BOOK, track record: What's the form on General Electric this quarter?/ The form on the little gelding is super
[1940s+ Horse racing; fr form, ''the fitness or condition of a racehorse,'' which is found by 1760]