deformed[ dih-fawrmd ]SEE DEFINITION OF deformed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEFORMED
The nose was but a gaping orifice above a deformed and twisted mouth.
Can they give beauty to the deformed, strength to the weak, or health to the infirm?
That lonely vertical rod at once deformed and enfranchised the forest.
No vulgar emotion ever deformed the godlike tranquility of his soul.
Her tender side is gored; her spotless and snowy coat is deformed with blood.
If her figure is deformed, she thinks her face counterbalances it.
When he took the bolt from the hole, it was deformed, its head being askew like a hunchback's.
His hand, deformed by the constant use of tools, trembled too violently.
But the deformed is always inharmonious with the divine, and the beautiful harmonious.
"It appears to be deformed," said the Angel, going a step nearer.