n. (plural of foram English)
Usage examples of "forams".
The different types were carefully labeled according to the best scientific theories, but the tiny crystal skeletons had been artfully positioned in their trays behind magnifying lenses: in the piped sunlight, the forams glittered in crystal constellations like jeweled tiaras and bracelets and backdrapes.
She had seen this sort of thing often enough before, but these forams were undamaged and the variety was boggling.
There was a glittering swirl of diamond dust, almost like forams, but all smudged out.
There’s way too much crystal carbon around—the diamond forams, the rockpile.
The forams are multiplying all by themselves in the rig I built for them.