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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshapelessshape‧less /ˈʃeɪpləs/ adjective  1 SHAPE#not having a clear or definite shape a shapeless dress2 CLEAR/EASY TO UNDERSTANDsomething such as a book or a plan that is shapeless does not seem to have a clear structureshapelessly adverb
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shapelessSoon, she thought, he would take to wearing shapeless brown coats, and drinking beer for breakfast instead of coffee.People trudged on, carrying shapeless bundles full of clothes or bedding.Helen's hat was limp and shapeless from the rain.He wore a shapeless gray cap and arrived in a sputtering old Model knocked at the door asking if Walton was there.He was wearing a shapeless grey coat which really did not fit him.A brief mood of shapeless hysteria took hold of the claustrophobic young community, which ended abruptly with a short holiday.She will be reduced to wearing baggy jumpers and those shapeless monsters, maternity dresses, for the next nine months.The prisoners wear shapeless orange uniforms.She was dressed poorly in a tattered knit sweater and a shapeless skirt.He looked dirty and was wearing an ugly, shapeless suit.He could describe the men only as he had seen them, masked, in shapeless tracksuits.
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