disfigurement[ dis-fig-yer-muh nt; British dis-fig-er-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disfigurement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISFIGUREMENT
I cannot say with what delight I heard of her disfigurement.
But no disfigurement or deformity appeared to frighten the little fellow.
He explained to Tarnhorst what had caused Brand's disfigurement.
It is shotty to the feel, and the only complaint is of disfigurement.
Why should it have been so hastily built up, to the disfigurement of the wall?
It is to them that we must look for protests against its disfigurement.
Better any disfigurement by leads than the least adulteration of old work.
This picture also has traces of disfigurement which have their story to tell.
A large ungainly knot is a disfigurement to a piece of sewing.
The hand of death had eliminated the disfigurement, which his friend had so deplored.