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amorphous (adj.)

"shapeless, having no determined form," 1731, from Modern Latin amorphus, from Greek amorphos "without form, shapeless, deformed," from a- "without" (see a- (3)) + morphē "form," a word of uncertain etymology. Related: Amorphously; amorphousness.

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Definitions of amorphous

amorphous (adj.)
having no definite form or distinct shape;
amorphous clouds of insects
Synonyms: formless / shapeless
amorphous (adj.)
lacking the system or structure characteristic of living bodies;
Synonyms: unstructured
amorphous (adj.)
(of a group of people or an organization) unorganized or unfocused;
A mob is an amorphous crowd of people without ideals, a sum of individuals in which each lives for himself
amorphous (adj.)
unclear because vague or badly organized;
Her vague, amorphous statement of her predicament was part of what made it so hard for her to solve it
amorphous (adj.)
without real or apparent crystalline form;
an amorphous mineral
amorphous structure
Synonyms: uncrystallized / uncrystallised
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