free-form

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Etymology[edit]

free + form

Adjective[edit]

free-form (comparative more free-form, superlative most free-form)

  1. Having an unconventional, variable or asymmetric form.
    • 1996 April 15, “The Online World of Steve Case”, BusinessWeek:
      This annual March gathering of the digital elite, held at a resort near Tucson, is a combination of a three-day free-form think tank and schmooze-athon where the latest trends are dissected and, in the corridors or on the golf course, deals are hatched.