Synonyms for formation
Antonyms for formation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORMATION
Alike as to formation, aspect, and climate, the Causses are unique in France.'
The formation of the associations was effected without the slightest delay.
Too much guidance and restraint hinder the formation of habits of self-help.
The steep rocky shores have precluded the formation of terraces.
These expenses will amount to something very heavy in the formation of a company.
Two of the enemy ships left the formation, plunged headlong.
General divisions of formation resulting from this arrangement.
Thus nature, art, chance, all combine in the formation of language.
The formation of the sentence and of the paragraph greatly differs in Greek and English.
But the formation of qualities he left to the wills of individuals.
late 14c., from Old French formacion (12c.) or directly from Latin formationem (nominative formatio) "a forming, shaping," noun of action or condition from past participle stem of formare "to form" (see form (v.)).