Those features are accentuated and exaggerated by the deformations which are practiced.
Deformations of the skull may not be harmful; they are not useful.
In place of the bloodshed of war, came the deformations of character, libertinism!
Deformations of the body are not practised, save for an occasional perforation of the lobes of the ear.
A great variety of deformations and growths produced by insects and mites as well as by fungi have been described.
Man, it is true, has his sthetic compensation during pregnancy and its deformations.
There are whole passages that exist only in obedience to some scholastic demand for thematic inversions and deformations.
Log of the test: The load is applied continuously and at a uniform rate until failure, but no deformations are measured.
He is a magician, and when his taste for experimenting with deformations changes we may expect a gallery of masterpieces.