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Use "formed" in a sentence
"The first _he_, in the seventh example, is, in the opinion of some, nom. to _can hear_ understood; but Mr. N.R. Smith, a distinguished and acute grammarian, suggests the propriety of rendering the sentence thus; "He that formed the ear, _formed it to hear_; can he not hear?""
"Proceeding on these data, M. M.reau de Jonnes has formed a table, showing, 1. the maximum in Roman measures, the same as the established imperial edict; and 2. the mean price of objects _formed from_ half the maximum, and reduced into French measures."
"As soon as the word formed in my mind, I shook my head."