life form life form


  • (n) the characteristic bodily form of a mature organism


  1. It looks like an alien life form and grooves with its own brand of electronic jazz.
  2. It may be no country for any life form more evolved than a Gila Monster.
  3. I imagine, eons from now, a far more intelligent life form sifting through our refuse and trying to understand why a relatively intelligent species would go to war w a plant.


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