from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Able to be formed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being formed.
- Shapely; well formed.
Together they make a formable team as they investigate the vanishings with Malcontents sightings.
Certainly not a very formable foundation for trust, which is the basis of any relationship.
And it opened up other phenomena—that certain ores yield formable metals under high heat: whence weapons, chisels, hoes, and nails.
He has a formable reputation as a crack trial lawyer.
Now knowing that you have a son, how do you feel about missing out on his formable years?
As a formless and formable figure, the monster metaphor spreads across genres and media to leave a multitude of meanings in its wake.
There ` s no question that the two of them are a formable duo.
The starchy potato flesh became the main, tender ingredient, with just enough flour added to absorb moisture and provide gluten to hold it together into a formable dough.
I think he probably would have hung in there and he would have been a very formable candidate.
I talked to one Ethiopian immigrant who said he'd been carrying around his -- he was a formable legal resident.
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