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  • adj. Not formulated


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  • By a kind of unformulated etiquette one did not call upon candidates for baptism on the day of the ceremony, so I had my first glimpse of

    A Collection of Stories, Reviews and Essays

  • It's a kind of generic, unintellected, unformulated condemnation.

    Little House, Packed With Design

  • In truth, it is in the open spaces that we give life to the unformulated intuitions that linger within us.

    Nancy Colier: The New Epidemic: Chronic Boredom

  • We needed to get all these individuals with different responsibilities and conflicting constituencies to support our still unformulated plan.


  • And the Church and other religious bodies remain as a place where those unformulated, almost unconscious, questions and aspirations are still allowed to breathe.

    'Faith in the Public Square', lecture at Leicester Cathedral

  • Immunology during the first half of the twentieth century was preoccupied with the more focused chemical questions of immune specificity, and the broader biological questions concerning immune identity remained unformulated.

    The Impulse of Breathing

  • Any plans for expanding AmeriCorps (a program he once opposed but now embraces) remain unformulated, perhaps because the idea is too connected to Bill Clinton.

    The Politics Of Personality

  • He is moved to do this by the paper falling elsewhere, the contagion of paper—it is giddy and unformulated fun.


  • Rather, the document and proposals are bland, uncritical, unformulated and unchallenging.


  • At the time, however, it all sounded rather nebulous and unformulated.

    American Legacy


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