first of aforementioned two items. Used with the, often without a noun. (adjective)
Someone who forms something. (noun)
An object used to form something. (noun)
Someone in, or of, a certain form (class). (noun)
Examples of word former
Or that people with AN just really need to get laid heard that from a former T...that's why she's a *former* T
But in this case the article is only cheap with reference to its _former_ price; the so-called cheapness is only our expression for the sensation of contrast between its former and existing prices.
Spades is giving new salacious meaning to the phrase "former Clinton intern," although -- believe it or not -- Bill was not even involved!
Phillips: It goes without saying the end game for the Tea Party movement is a conservative House and a conservative Senate, or as I had a chance to tell some people earlier today, next year at this time we need to see the title former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and former Senator Harry Reid.
The former is Greek for universal, the latter means right believing