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All this and far, far more than could ever take shape in words.

A plan was beginning to take shape in my head, but I didn't rush it.

In it the ideas and the desires by which nations live must be made to take shape.

The significance of these things was beginning to take shape in his mind.

If the horror which was gripping her throat should not take shape!

It seemed to take shape and expression, as she gazed, until it grew familiar.

It is good to see the young trees acquire size and take shape.

Such thoughts as these did not take shape distinctly in her mind.

He does not give it a name—he scarce dares let it take shape in his thoughts.

Politics must take shape in the upper strata and work downwards.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.