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And indeed, if the truth is to be told, what I eat in my corner without form or fuss has much more relish for me, even though it be bread and onions, than the turkeys of those other tables where I am forced to chew slowly, drink little, wipe my mouth every minute, and cannot sneeze or cough if I want or do other things that are the privileges of liberty and solitude.
In the second case, if freedom were possible without inevitability we should have arrived at unconditioned freedom beyond space, time, and cause, which by the fact of its being unconditioned and unlimited would be nothing, or mere content without form.
After this, it seemed to Katharine that the book became a wild dance of will-o'-the-wisps, without form or continuity, without coherence even, or any attempt to make a narrative.
The universe was one primeval mystery of darkness, without form and void, himself the sole, dumb questioner of its eternal secret.
A low murmur of pity went round the throng, and the women wept aloud, as this form, almost without form, was moved very slowly from its iron deliverance, and laid upon the bed of straw.
At that time he was a mere puppy, soft from the making, without form, ready for the thumb of circumstance to begin its work upon him.
And it is not my own extremity I remember best--a vision of grayness without form filled with physical pain, and a careless contempt for the evanescence of all things--even of this pain itself.
It took little time to see that I could sound without forms of inquiry and without exciting remark any domestic complications.
The reason we use the water analogy is water is without form.
Shame he was not taken on a tour of the overbearing, soul-destroying apology for a city centre; shrouded in grey concrete, shapeless and without form, or harmony.
JAPAN'S LDP: SHAPE WITHOUT FORM (The Straits Times, Singapore)