Translation of formless in Spanish:


amorfo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈfɔrmləs/ /ˈfɔːmləs/

Definition of amorfo in Spanish


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    • After months of seemingly formless frame work the shape of the new community is emerging as the cladding is added to the exterior.
    • She moved back, her formless shape guarding him, but not blocking the path.
    • There, in the flickering firelight, she saw some formless shape join two waiting others.
    • It is a vague, formless mass movement motivated by divergent expectations of change.
    • This is now an addition of a new idea; it is completely formless and shapeless.
    • The real tragedy of this is that the band seems to have some really decent ideas hiding in these formless almost-songs.
    • She ran without effort, the world reduced to formless blurs of color.
    • The zone suspends light and shadow, hanging them like a formless gray gauze.
    • An idea slipped out, as formless at first as the faint shadows of the courtyard around them in the early rays of dawn.
    • The shapes begin to move faster and become more formless.
    • Though the film's focus is on character and the structure appears loose, even formless at times, this is deceptive.
    • As he neared the hill the shapes took outlines of men instead of the formless gray lumps they'd appeared as.
    • A rampart of intricate and infinitely various shapes, it gives form to the formless open sea.
    • It seemed as if I had acquired no values from my own upbringing, as if I had no previous idea how human beings should treat each other, as if I was completely formless when I met him.
    • Going beyond the literal meaning, the exhibition explored the nuanced implications of the formless substance that is dust.
    • If a poem is random or formless, I think it's deficient.
    • A person can form things in his thought, and, by impressing his thought upon formless substance, can cause the thing he thinks about to be created.
    • Some people try to escape the formless mass of humanity - can you imagine 3 million people living in squalor in camps in one region?
    • I'm beginning to suspect, rather, that we are witnessing the emergence of a new but still largely formless language that will one day be the language of the world.
    • I shaped a new form out of an abstraction, out of a formless trace.