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The market for meat alternatives is booming, but so far most products are only able to replicate the formless ground meat found in burgers, sausages, and nuggets.
But it would contain something formless if a man lacked some part, as, for instance, an organ such as the eye.
A sound of protest rather formless escaped from the gentleman named, but Nanda continued to carry out her duty.
THE AWKWARD AGEHENRY JAMES
It was almost formless, its outlines seeming to melt into the gloom.
THE GIRL AND THE BILLBANNISTER MERWIN
For the waters remain not formless and invisible, seeing we behold them flowing in so comely a manner.
Seeing neither if formless would they have been worthy of so honourable a seat, nor is it written, by what word they were formed.
The result, seen in the dark, was a formless black mass, very doughy and fatty; but with oases of palatable matter.
The evil in matter is due to its negative or privative aspect as the formless, which makes it the cause of defect and evil.
How then can anyone suppose for a moment that an eternal formless matter can in any way be identified with a divine being?
And the earth, formless in the darkness, gains shape and colour and relief with the impress upon it of the morning light.

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