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deformed

(dĭ-fôrmd′)
adj.
Distorted in form; misshapen.
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A great mountain of deformed flesh clothed in dirty, white cotton pajamas!
The nose was but a gaping orifice above a deformed and twisted mouth.
She was ugly and uncouth, and because he was deformed there was between them a certain sympathy.
'Take care, ma'am,' I heard the maid say; 'that horrid deformed monster is as sly as a fox.
The last I saw of him he was pouring out that glorious flood of words--his deformed body, poised on the overthrown chair, his face lifted in rapture to some fantastic heaven of his own making.
It would have been much clearer if the lawyer's son had not been deformed, for then Tom would have had the prospect of pitching into him with all that freedom which is derived from a high moral sanction.
ENPNewswire-September 5, 2019--FEFU to Conduct Survey for Rosneft to Determine Structural Behaviour of Deformed Ice
Her face was deformed and the skin and flesh on her chins peeled off.
The grave of a woman with a deformed skull was also un-earthed.In the spring of 2018, archaeological research was carried out on the area where the construction of the Bratislava Zero Bypass and the route of future D4/R7 was taking place near Podunajskeacute Biskupice.
Investigators recovered from the crime scene 12 shells for .45-caliber ammunition, a deformed slug and a deformed metal jacket.
The unusually deformed animal opens and closes its mouth, apparently gasping for air, but does not make a sound
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