from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. creative; imaginative
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Creative; imaginative.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Ready to form; creative; imaginative.
In college football, the march to the national championship has been "formful," as the horse players say, at the top, with a few mild surprises a bit farther down the rankings.
Odette said, “The ruins were profound and formful, but totally unreadable.”
The artists will doubtless make sport more formful, rhythmical, and beautiful.
Beijing House rallied for the place spot in Tampa return, formful sort has a big chance.
The 2008 Breeders 'Cup was simply the most formful B.C. card ever!
Two year old fillies are usually pretty formful, and that's what I expect in the Oak Leaf.
So, it looks like the track really isn't all that formful.
I thought the four stakes run Saturday would clear this up, but they were fairly formful.
Let's just say the day wasn't formful, but wasn't so weird that I could point to the track and scream, "This surface is a piece of crap that should be shoveled onto a slow moving barge and used as monkey feed for any politician in favor of a Wall Street bailout during his or her excruciating journey through the plastic wasteland of the
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