GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Full in form or shape; rounded out with flesh.
“Books require ingredients and cooking, much as I'd like them to spring full-formed from my head.”
“On my walk, I had a scene from Cicatrix leap full-formed into my head, so I have to get that down.”
“He gives you something you can then give away, which grows into full-formed lives, robust in God, wealthy in every way, so that you can be generous in every way, producing with us great praise to God.”
“I have a primitive sense of myself as a storyteller (still evolving, mind you!) but not yet a full-formed author-species.”
“Salamandra atra, which lives high up among the mountains, brings forth its young full-formed.”
“It can stand as a kind of homunculus to Penny's full-formed person.”
“How someone could have been this full-formed a rapper at 17 is still beyond me.”
“It's been a while since I read Equal Rites, so I can't give you a list of my reasons for rating it near the bottom of the Discworld pile, but my vague recollection is that the world still doesn't feel full-formed in that book.”
“She was a tall, well-made, full-formed, dashingly-dressed young woman, much in the style of”
“Lewis had no intention of fleshing his ideas out to the depth necessary to make a full-formed philosophy.”
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