deformity

[ dih-fawr-mi-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF deformity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEFORMITY

Pericles was usually represented with a helmet, to cover the deformity in his skull.

Hitherto Meg's experience had been that it was a thing to be slurred over, like a deformity.

And if this is true, Love is the love of beauty and not of deformity?

He referred to the fact that they are subject to hardly any deformity.

When you have done this the deformity will indicate the location of the fracture.

Then I made a jest of a deformity, and the joke carried me too far.

To this he refers our impressions of beauty and deformity, vice and virtue.

The thing was hardly a deformity; yet I cannot tell you what a living nightmare it was to me.

You get deformity, if not complete helplessness and annihilation.

Almost any deformity or abnormality these days is called mutantism.

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