unformed, inexperienced—just what does our heroine want, and who does she want to be?
All the others, but the one, may be systems yet unformed, or fragments struck off in the forming of the one.
And then the thought first came to my mind, all unformed, but still sweet.
That might be a catastrophe to Larry's unformed plan; it had to be forestalled if possible.
I was only an ignorant, silly, unformed girl, and you were so different.
On the first day the unformed mass of heaven and earth was created to which light was then added.
Its style is unformed, sometimes rhetorical, sometimes familiar.
She appears so because she is unformed, ignorant, and because she has never reflected, or been thrown with educated people.
How mighty the influence of which the unformed minds of a group of children are susceptible!
Jerry's features were unformed at ten and, as has already been suggested, made no distinct impression upon my mind.