disfigured

[ dis-fig-yer; British dis-fig-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF disfigured
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The door opened and the disfigured girl entered, looking anxious.

She thought of Giulia's assertion that the disfigured girl had the evil eye.

It seemed to her that she was no longer whole; she felt ashamed of being, as it were, disfigured.

And the soul which we behold is in a similar condition, disfigured by ten thousand ills.

At first sight they mistook him for Ross, so disfigured was he by bad passions.

The place has, however, recently been disfigured by high mansions.

We have a pride in them, and we 'll not suffer them to be mutilated or disfigured.

She will be so disfigured that she can never work in a dance hall any more.

Then he had cut off his moustaches, and was disfigured by the loss.

Then, except for the disfigured face and the bloodshot eyes, he was himself.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Old French desfigurer "disfigure, alter, disguise, destroy," from Medieval Latin diffigurare, from Latin dis- (see dis-) + figura "figure," from figurare "to figure" (see figure (n.)). Related: Disfigured; disfiguring.

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