[ adjective ] clearly defined
"I have no formed opinion about the chances of success"
Used in print(Harold Searles, "Schizophrenic Communication,"...)
It is no coincidence that the hebephrenic patient , the most severely dedifferentiated of all schizophrenic patients , shows , as one of his characteristic symptoms , laughter - laughter which now makes one feel scorned or hated , which now makes one feel_like weeping , or which now gives one a glimpse of the bleak and empty expanse of man 's despair ; and which , more often than all these , conveys a welter of feelings which could in_no_way be conveyed by any number of words , words which are so unlike this welter in being formed and discrete from one another .(Mignon G. Eberhart, The Cup, the Blade...)
It was not very reasonable to believe that Lucien had procured unprocurable opium and come_back to Honotassa with a formed plan to murder her .
[ adjective ] having taken on a definite arrangement
"cheerleaders were formed into letters" "we saw troops formed into columns"
[ adjective ] fully developed as by discipline or training"a fully formed literary style"