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Sentence count:258+33 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: arrangedbusinesslikecorrectcustomaryorderlyproperregularstiffstructuralsystematicAntonym: informalSimilar words: normallyinformalformatformationinformationtransformationmallsmallMeaning: ['fɔrml /'fɔːml]  n. 1. a lavish dance requiring formal attire 2. a gown for evening wear. adj. 1. being in accord with established forms and conventions and requirements (as e.g. of formal dress) 2. characteristic of or befitting a person in authority 3. (of spoken and written language) adhering to traditional standards of correctness and without casual, contracted, and colloquial forms 4. represented in simplified or symbolic form 5. logically deductive 6. refined or imposing in manner or appearance; befitting a royal court. 
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1. The dinner was a formal affair.
2. Business letters are usually formal.
3. No formal record of the marriage now survives.
4. Sports clothes are not appropriate for a formal wedding.
5. She completed her formal education in 1995.
6. Learning was by rote and strictly formal.
7. Formal communication channels are usually vertical.
8. He gave a formal bow and left the room.
9. They agreed to draw up a formal agreement.
10. Jeans are not appropriate for a formal party.
11. He left school with no formal qualifications.
12. There is a set procedure for making formal complaints.
13. The letter is written in a formal style.
14. She has a very formal manner.
15. She has no formal musical qualifications.
16. He writes in a formal and rather stilted style.
17. The formal signing will take place on April 9th.
18. A formal gown befits the diplomatic reception.
19. I am the formal leader of the project but the everyday management is in the hands of my assistant.
20. The staff say there is no formal structure for negotiating pay increases.
21. He kept the tone of the letter formal and businesslike.
22. The eleventh century saw the formal rupture between East and West.
22. Wish you will love and make progress everyday!
23. She has a very formal manner, which can seem unfriendly.
24. Most computer users have never received any formal keyboard training. Consequently, their keyboard skills are inefficient.
25. He wrote a very formal letter of apology to Douglas.
26. Although he had had little formal education, he could read and write well.
27. Cole's style is decidedly more formal than the previous manager's.
28. There are several precedents for promoting people who don't have formal qualifications.
29. You'll have to mind your p's and q's with them; they are very formal people.
30. His casual behaviour was wholly inappropriate for such a formal occasion.
More similar words: normallyinformalformatformationinformationtransformationmallsmallmaledismalfemaleGermanminimalfishermanchairmannormformsupermarketmalfunctionformerperformreforminformhormoneuniformformulaperformerformerlyplatformenormous
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