When Dartmouth students fasted for world hunger, the Review reportedly held a formal lobster-and-champagne dinner for themselves.
He admitted in court that he was not a pathologist, and that he did not have any formal training in ballistics or sound.
The only other formal suspect in the case, British-Portuguese dual national Robert Murat, was also cleared at the same time.
late 14c., from Old French formel (13c.) and directly from Latin formalis, from forma (see form (n.)). As a noun, c.1600 (plural) "things that are formal;" as a short way to say formal dance, recorded by 1906, U.S. college students.