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Shapeless, 1) not shaped into a regular form, formless: “who wears a garment s. and unfinished?” Ven. 415. “wear out thy youth with s. idleness,” Gent. I, 1, 8 (like a stone unwrought).* “to set a form upon that indigest which he hath left so s. and so rude,” John V, 7, 27.
2) deformed, ugly: “a hideous s. devil,” Lucr. 973. “ill faced, worse bodied, s. every where,” Err. IV, 2, 20. “disguised like Muscovites, in s. gear,” LLL V, 2, 303. cf. Featureless and Sightless.
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