form (n.) Old form(s): forme
orderly manner, good arrangement
2H4 IV.i.20[Messenger to all] In goodly form comes on the enemy
JC II.ii.20[Calphurnia to Caesar] Fierce fiery warriors fought upon the clouds / In ranks and squadrons and right form of war
KJ III.iv.101[Constance to King Philip, of her tidied hair] I will not keep this form upon my head
R3 III.i.200[Richard to Buckingham] let us sup betimes, that afterwards / We may digest our complots in some form
R3 V.iii.24[Richmond to all] I'll draw the form and model of our battle [i.e. the military formation]
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