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- NOUN:
- a prescribed or set form
- a mathematical relationship or rule expressed in symbols
- a set of chemical symbols showing the elements present in a compound and their relative proportions.
- a list of ingredients with which something is made
- a formulation
- a method or procedure for achieving something
- a set form of words, especially one used in particular contexts or as a conventional usage
- a rule or style followed mechanically
- a stock epithet, phrase, or line repeated for various effects, especially in epic poetry.
- (usually followed by a numeral) a classification of racing car, especially by the engine capacity
- written form of a scientific or mathematical rule
- A prescribed or set form; an established rule; a fixed or conventional method in which anything is to be done, arranged, or said.
- A written confession of faith; a formal statement of foctrines.
- A rule or principle expressed in algebraic language; as, the binominal formula.
- A prescription or recipe for the preparation of a medicinal compound.
- A symbolic expression (by means of letters, figures, etc.) of the constituents or constitution of a compound.
- a group of symbols that make a mathematical statement
- directions for making something
- a conventionalized statement expressing some fundamental principle
- a representation of a substance using symbols for its constituent elements
- something regarded as a normative example
- a liquid food for infants
- (mathematics) a standard procedure for solving a class of mathematical problems
- a baby's liquid food based on cow's milk or soya protein, given as a substitute for breast milk OTHER DEFINITIONS:
- an exact method for doing something

- The arbiter, like the judex, received a formula from the praetor, and seemed to have more extensive power.
- We gave him food, in return for which he taught me the formula of his prayers.
- This formula also applies as evidently to false judgments as to true.
- Then, in presence of her father or guardian and proper witnesses, the pair went through a formula of words as given them by the officiating priest.
- An attentive perusal of the nineteen propositions set forth in the preliminary chapter of this work will furnish the reader with a key for the interpretation of this formula.
- But it is a preliminary condition of rational acceptance or rejection, that the formula should be correctly understood.
- That fatal French saying about small reforms being the worst enemies of great reforms is, in the sense in which it is commonly used, a formula of social ruin.
- Poetry became reduced, as it never was before and has never been since, to a formula.
- It is not to be stated justly in any formula, it is not to be rendered by an epigram.
- Then he will begin to define it and to reduce it, for brevity and clearness, to some abstract and compact formula.
- I do not suggest that there is as rigid a formula for light comedy.
- HAVING delivered his little formula of words, the shabby servant cast a look of furtive curiosity at Percy and withdrew.
- At twenty-seven he had already drawn up a formula of doctrine and organization which he never changed and to which he ever held.
- As often as she came to close quarters with them they eluded her and disappeared, only to return with the old formula.
- And what were conventions but a recognized formula of concealment and deception? She could see his form now, as he led the horses toward the corral.
- Now this body formula, or clay combination, is not entrusted to the ordinary workman.
- He has to submit to a prescribed formula of application and entrance, long before he becomes a member of the Order.
- But every clause in this defining formula will need explanation and defence.
- To this new formula, the old examples are easily squared.
- Nearly the same formula is used at Williams College.
- He is too big as man and artist to be confined within the narrow realistic formula.
- Their idea is a moral state in which every detail has its set formula, and they care little about the substance as long as the outward form is perfect.
- The secret of this chemical formula is kept by a single race of Mahars.
- The description of the battle in this chapter is a mere formula again and again repeated.
- There Chang communicated to them the mysterious formula.
- The shorter formula quoted above in which it is said that the sankharas come from tanha also admits of such an interpretation.
- He assented and ordered that when they met they should recite a formula called Patimokkha which is still in use.

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