Definition of Change form
1. Verb. Assume a different shape or form.
Generic synonyms: Change
Specialized synonyms: Roll, Grain, Granulate, Bulge, Pouch, Protrude, Point, Sharpen, Taper, Furl, Roll Up, Flatten, Flatten Out, Draw, Deform, Batter, Dinge, Distort, Twine, Twist, Bend, Deform, Flex, Turn, Twist, Bend, Flex, Extend, Stretch, Stretch Out, Unfold, Bug Out, Bulge, Bulge Out, Come Out, Pop, Pop Out, Protrude, Start
Derivative terms: Deformation
Lexicographical Neighbors of Change Form
Literary usage of Change form
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Engineering and Architectural Jurisprudence: A Presentation of the Law of by John Cassan Wait (1898)
"Alterations of Terms of Contract may change form of Action by Contractor.—The change in the nature of the contract from a specialty in writing and under ..."
2. Grammar to Use by William Dodge Lewis, Helen Margaret Lynch (1918)
"From the changes made in this statement, according to what you wish to express, you draw the conclusions that: (1) Pronouns change form according to person. ..."
3. The Elements of English Grammar: With Suggestions for Composition Work by Albert Le Roy Bartlett, Howard Lee McBain (1906)
"Pronouns of the first person do not change form to show gender, but do change form to show number and case. Observe that there are two forms of the ..."
4. The Monthly Microscopical Journal: Transactions of the Royal Microscopical (1869)
"Watched a small transparent body (Euglena) change form from oval pyriform to globular. Aug. 20th.—In Lyngbya water (May llth) saw numerous small bodies ..."