Studygivesstrength to the mind; conversation, grace: the firstapt to givestiffness, the othersuppleness: one givessubstance and form to the statue, the otherpolishes it.
I can see the oldschoolroom yet: the broken-downdesks and the worn-outforms with knotsin thatgotstuck into your backside  [ …] .
(social) To do with structure or procedure.
Those whomform of laws / Condemned to die.
a republicanform of government
a matter of mereform
ladies of a highform
It's fair to say she has form on this: she has criticisedDavid Cameron's proposal to create all-womenshortlists for prospective MPs, tried to banwomenwearinghigh heelsat work as the resultingpainmade them take timeoffwork, and tried to reduce the point at which an abortion can take place from 24 to 21 weeks.
One otherday afterafternoonschool, Mr. Percivalcamebehind me and put his hand on me. "Let me see, what's your name? Which form are you in?  [ …] "