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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunformedun‧formed /ˌʌnˈfɔːmd◂ $ -ɔːr-/ adjective  DEVELOP#not yet developed the unformed mind of a child
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unformedHis new company is still unformed and unnamed.To an unformed child, Edna Madalyn McGurk Ting was like nuclear fusion.The tiny, sac-like dumplings looked like pale, wet, unformed creatures in their uncooked state.I knew little of psychology but enough to be aware of the impact on the unformed ego of an absent father.In his unformed fantasies he imagined himself reborn and baptized, a martyr and a saint.Now he saw something else there, a rough groping for some unformed, folded life.The impish Forrester scribbles pedagogic remarks all over Jamal's unformed jottings and a sparky, mutually nurturing relationship gets going.For it is a curious characteristic of our unformed species that we live and model our lives through acts of make-believe.Her unformed talent was for curing injuries; and she was destined to die.
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