Formalist

Form'alĀ·ist noun [ Confer French formaliste .] One overattentive to forms, or too much confined to them; esp., one who rests in external religious forms, or observes strictly the outward forms of worship, without possessing the life and spirit of religion. « As far a formalist from w...
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Formalist

• (n.) One overattentive to forms, or too much confined to them; esp., one who rests in external religious forms, or observes strictly the outward forms of worship, without possessing the life and spirit of religion.
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formalist

Having an emphasis on highly structured visual relationships rather than on subject matter or nonvisual content.
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Formalist

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formalist

An adjective referring to linguistic analyses which lay emphasis on relatively abstract conceptions of language structure.
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