Life cannot will its own extinction either in its blind amorphous state or in any of the forms into which it has organized itself.
To younger men they are already outmoded; for though they have no more lost their logic than an eighteenth century pastel has lost its drawing or its color, yet, like the pastel, they grow indefinably shabby, and will grow shabbier until they cease to count at all, when my books will either perish, or, if the world is still poor enough to want them, will have to stand, with Bunyan’s, by quite amorphous qualities of temper and energy.
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Her art is as amorphous as the culture it reflects.
Glasses are amorphous solids - somewhere between a liquid and a crystalline solid.