malformation[ mal-fawr-mey-shuh n, -fer- ]SEE DEFINITION OF malformation
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If this is not duly attended to, the defect or malformation may be aggravated.
He was said to be robust looking, but with a malformation by which one of his legs was longer than the other.
It was a long time before he could walk, on account of some malformation of his limbs.
Had an impression that the late Lord Byron had some malformation of this kind.
Does it depend on a malformation of the cranium, on the size or shape of the head?
This malformation was apparent on the same hand of the dead man.
To this malformation he has given the name, scaphoid scapula.
The hens did not publish a theory as to the malformation of their chicks.
One of the natives seen today exhibited a remarkable case of malformation of the teeth.
The autopsy proved it was not a malformation, but a displacement.