deformed


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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.
Structure of Medium Mass Nuclei: Deformed Shell Model and Spin-Isospin Interacting Boson Model
45-pistol, two slugs and a deformed bullet were recovered from the scene.
TRAVEL OFFER A PUPPY with deformed legs which was found abandoned is to undergo corrective surgery at the hands of TV's "Supervet".
became the worlds first companies to achieve practical application of a hot deformed neodymium magnet containing no heavy rare earth and yet with high heat resistance properties and high magnetic performance required for the use in the driving motor of a hybrid vehicle.
It stated that the front passenger seat belt bracket may become deformed if it is used to secure a child restraint system.
The kitten, who was born with deformed front legs, was found alone in a shed.