From Ancient Greek ἄμορφος (amorphos) "without form, shapeless, deformed" (itself from α- (a-) "without" + μορφή (morphē) "form") + the English suffix -ous
amorphous (comparative more amorphous, superlative most amorphous)
- lacking a definite form or clear shape
E.g :The enormous pile of spaghetti landed on the floor in an amorphous heap.
- being without definite character or nature
- lacking organization or unity
(physics) in the non-crystalline solid state of a typically crystalline solid.
(set theory, of a set) infinite and not the disjoint union of two infinite subsets