formful

formful

(ˈfɔːmfʊl)
adj
1. imaginative
2. shapely

form•ful

(ˈfɔrm fəl)

adj.
displaying excellent form.
[1955–60]
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There are too many random variables at play -- including the crazy crowd noise -- to make this a consistently formful race.
(Thus a C-V-C-V-C word, say, will be transformed by a reverse segregated lettershift into a V-C-V-C-V word.) Good luck getting your tatty, old-fashioned, consonant-choked traditional lettershift "tube" to give you reliably formful, word-like and shifitgram-rich lettershifts like these in any decent quantity any time soon!
"On Dubai World Cup night of 2014 the six Tapeta races were won by six different countries, it was fair, formful and above all safe."
Writing of course is similar to music in that it's the sequential exposition of material across time, in a formful manner.