View definitions for mangled
adjective as in deformed
adjective as in broken
adjective as in maimed
adjective as in misshapen
Multiple mishaps have mangled the region’s rollout of vaccine doses that an exhausted citizenry expects will end the pandemic.
The incident — which officials described as an “intentional act” and “deliberate bomb” — left dozens of buildings mangled and sent three people to the hospital with what police said were noncritical injuries.
For six hours a week, you laugh, cry, learn, feel, mangle simple phrases and otherwise get out of your rut.
Thanks to that meddling Franklin and the other editors, Jefferson thought his Declaration had been “mangled.”
The gossip site posted video of a seriously injured comedian riding with the star being pulled out of a mangled car.
Instead, slightly mangled bodies of injured soldiers and citizens appeared, slowly being put back together.
His mangled body was spotted by a passenger on a subsequent train.
The writer-for-TV, Chayefsky said, had his words mangled, and was treated with a mixture of mock deference and outright contempt.
The mangled bodies were hurried to the catacombs, and thrown into an indiscriminate heap of corruption.
When the body was carried into the house, the distracted woman refused to recognize in the mangled remains her big, strong "Jack."
Ward pulled the shroud back, revealing a horribly mangled body.
Next day the poor young fellow's corpse, bruised and mangled, was found a mile down the river.
The silks should not be wrung, but well shaken and hung up smoothly to dry, and mangled while damp.
On this page you'll find 170 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mangled, such as: disfigured, amputated, maimed, and marred.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.