disfigure[ dis-fig-yer; British dis-fig-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF disfigure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISFIGURE
The hideous monstrosities of post-Reformation times did not then disfigure our churches.
The happy-go-lucky Venetian methods were no longer to disfigure the country.
There is no rise and fall of tide in these regions to disfigure the shore with mud.
Not infrequently is it true that the style of dress seems to disfigure.
But, dear, dear, what a pity it is that you should go and disfigure yourselves like this!
Fill the craw of the fowl, &c.; but do not cram it so as to disfigure its shape.
He can console himself with the reflection, that rank only degrades—wealth only impoverishes—ornaments but disfigure him!
We are, first of all, impressed by the many contradictions which disfigure the book.
His proximity and acquaintance—rich as he may be—disfigure you.
He would not allow personal differences to disfigure that array.