Definition of 'on form'
Example sentences containing 'on form'
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She will be back on form before we know it. The Sun (2017)The punnies are back on form. The Sun (2017)Talks on forming such a government have stalled. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The redhead is back on form as the kittens strut their stuff on the small screen. The Sun (2013)You are on form when a new family future is outlined. The Sun (2012)Let's hope it passes and he is back on form today. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Ireland are back on form and there was much to admire about how they played in Cardiff. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The Eighties pop star is now back on form after some mental problems and has penned a new album. The Sun (2008)She is back on form. The Sun (2012)But the fact that the royal family is deemed back on form could be another reason why it's had a new lease of life. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Pregnant or not, he's back on form. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Let's hope he's back on form and ready to entertain us. The Sun (2009)Ignore what you may have read - the man's back on form. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Top striker on form. The Sun (2012)
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