Some articles on formed:
... Belle Ewart was formed in 1854 ... Henry's Corners, now Thornton, was formed in 1833 ... Perry's Corners, now Cookstown, was formed around 1859 ...
... Japanese also contains a large number of mimetic words formed by reduplication of a syllable ... By one count, approximately 43% of Japanese mimetic words are formed by full reduplication, and many others are formed by partial reduplication, as in がささ〜 ga-sa-sa- (rustling ...
... Formed on December 21, 1816, Pike County was the first county formed after Indiana became a state ... It was formed from Gibson and Perry counties, and was named for Zebulon Pike, famous for his Pike Expedition of 1806 - 1807, exploring the southwest portion of the Louisiana Purchase ...
... comprises the eroded remnants of two large stratovolcanoes (Lyttelton formed first, then Akaroa) ... These formed through intraplate volcanism through continental crust between approximately eleven and eight million years ago (Miocene) ... The peninsula formed as offshore islands, with the volcanoes reaching to about 1,500 m above sea level ...
... during the Jurassic), two large masses, Gondwana and Laurasia, were formed ... The re-formed Gondwanan continent was not precisely the same as that which existed before Pangaea formed for example, most of Florida and southern Georgia and Alabama are ...
More definitions of "formed":
- (adj): Clearly defined.
Example: "I have no formed opinion about the chances of success"
Synonyms: defined, settled
- (adj): Having taken on a definite arrangement.
Example: "Cheerleaders were formed into letters"; "we saw troops formed into columns"
- (adj): Formed in the mind.
- (adj): Fully developed as by discipline or training.
Example: "A fully formed literary style"
Famous quotes containing the word formed:
“Opinions are not to be learned by rote, like the letters of an alphabet, or the words of a dictionary. They are conclusions to be formed, and formed by each individual in the sacred and free citadel of the mind, and there enshrined beyond the arm of law to reach, or force to shake; ay! and beyond the right of impertinent curiosity to violate, or presumptuous arrogance to threaten.”
—Frances Wright (17951852)
“A nose, kind sir! Sure, Mother Nature,
With all her freaks, neer formed this feature.
If such were mine, Id try and trade it,
And swear the gods had never made it.”
—Susanna Moodie (18031885)
“She discovered with great delight that one does not love ones children just because they are ones children but because of the friendship formed while raising them.”
—Gabriel García Márquez (b. 1928)