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de·formed

 (dĭ-fôrmd′)
adj.
Distorted in form; misshapen.

deformed

(dɪˈfɔːmd)
adj
1. disfigured or misshapen
2. morally perverted; warped
deformedly adv
deˈformedness n

de•formed

(dɪˈfɔrmd)

adj.
having the form changed, esp. with loss of beauty; misshapen; disfigured.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.deformed - so badly formed or out of shape as to be uglydeformed - so badly formed or out of shape as to be ugly; "deformed thalidomide babies"; "his poor distorted limbs"; "an ill-shapen vase"; "a limp caused by a malformed foot"; "misshapen old fingers"
unshapely - not well-proportioned and pleasing in shape; "a stout unshapely woman"

deformed

adjective distorted, bent, twisted, crooked, crippled, warped, maimed, marred, mangled, disfigured, misshapen, malformed, misbegotten He was born with a deformed right leg.
Translations
مُشَوَّه
deformovaný
deformmisdannet
eltorzult
aflagaîur

deformed

[dɪˈfɔːmd] ADJ [person, limb, body] → deforme; [structure] → deformado

deformed

[dɪˈfɔːrmd] adj [person] → difforme; [hand, foot] → difforme

deformed

adjdeformiert, verunstaltet; (Tech) → verformt; persondeformiert, missgestaltet; mindkrankhaft

deformed

[dɪˈfɔːmd] adj (person, limb, body) → deforme; (structure) → deformato/a

deform

(diˈfoːm) verb
to spoil the shape of. Heat deforms plastic.
deˈformed adjective
twisted out of the correct shape. His foot was deformed.
deˈformityplural deˈformities noun
1. the state of being badly shaped or formed. Drugs can cause deformity.
2. a part which is not the correct shape. A twisted foot is a deformity.

deformed

a. deformado-a, irregular.

deformed

adj deforme
References in classic literature ?
Superstition, without a veil, is a deformed thing; for, as it addeth deformity to an ape, to be so like a man, so the similitude of superstition to religion, makes it the more deformed.
Suddenly we heard a yelp and a volley of furious blasphemy from the companion hatchway, and the deformed man with the black face came up hurriedly.
We hear sometimes of an action for damages against the unqualified medical practitioner, who has deformed a broken limb in pretending to heal it.
She had been surprised again, crying and looking at her deformed shoulder in the glass.
But a housemaid out of a reformatory, with a plain face and a deformed shoulder, falling in love, at first sight, with a gentleman who comes on a visit to her mistress's house, match me that, in the way of an absurdity, out of any story-book in Christendom, if you can
Within its compartments a number of deformed monsters squatted upon their haunches, or lay prone upon the native mats that covered the floor.
A year or two earlier Philip would have refused to share a room with anyone, since he was so sensitive about his deformed foot, but his morbid way of looking at it was growing less marked: in Paris it did not seem to matter so much, and, though he never by any chance forgot it himself, he ceased to feel that other people were constantly noticing it.
I see his monstrous back, deformed by the shadow thrown by the candle.
Have you seen the poor deformed creature hop on his hands?
That head was deformed enough; one beheld only a forest of red hair, one eye, a mouth, and teeth.
The lad's a poor deformed creatur, and takes after his mother in the face; I think there isn't much of his father in him.
He enjoyed the feeling which he was exciting, and paraded the town serene and happy all day; but the young fellows set a tailor to work that night, and when Tom started out on his parade next morning, he found the old deformed Negro bell ringer straddling along in his wake tricked out in a flamboyant curtain-calico exaggeration of his finery, and imitating his fancy Eastern graces as well as he could.