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Definition of "life-form" []

  • In phytogeography, same as vegetation-form. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "life-form" in a sentence
  • "The phrase "life-form readings"—whatever that meant—was like his assumption that a woman could join into a man's task of searching the woods or would even want to, a spar thrown up out of the dark sargasso sea of lost memory."
  • "We have determined that the life-form is, in essence, a brain only."
  • "After learning that an assimilating alien life-form had awoken from an icy slumber to gobble up whatever life it could get its creepy paws on, Russell and his crew got to work sorting out just who was legit and who was a filthy imposter, all manner of dog and scientist getting incinerated in the flaming holocaust that ensued."