One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘However, the author argues that the informality and amorphousness of these networks makes it difficult to account for, and engage with, the formal (centralised and institutional) aspects of politics.’
- ‘In actual fact, what we have here are irremediably sick and futureless mass-men, whose ideal is amorphousness, whose ethos is formlessness and who hate nothing so much as discipline, form, definition.’
- ‘Too much amorphousness can become tedious too, though.’
- ‘The trouble with life (the novelist will feel) is its amorphousness, its ridiculous fluidity.’
- ‘I, unlike a lot of academics, am not bothered by the amorphousness and vagueness of spirituality.’
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