disform

disform

(dɪsˈfɔːm)
vb
1. (tr) to change the form of
2. (tr) obsolete to disfigure or deface
3. (intr) to alter one's own form
adj
obsolete not conforming
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With the sole purpose of disguising its responsibility for illegal use of force and occupation of Azerbaijan's territories and ethnic cleansing of Azerbaijani people from the seized lands, Armenia resorted to 4D propaganda - "Deceive, Disform, Distort and Disorient" the international community.
The words that you might reach for disform as they are confronted with the paintings' stark opacity; as a result, critics are tempted to confront the work with a spray of biographical information.
For more occasional thieves, the first experience of theft will confirm or disform presumptions about the effort and risks required to steal from a particular store.
Medyo disformed yung mukha niya ngayon kaya medyo there was doubt na si Abu Dar (He was hit in the face.
She too has not been immune to having an unrealistic view of her body because of too-perfect pictures online: 'Great and all but it can give you a disformed (sic) idea of reality.
Yet Smith's mirror, to continue the metaphor, is more like one of those theme park mirrors that distorts and disforms you as you stand before it.
In both pictures the sitter bears distinctive marks, such as a bushy hairline and a slightly disformed left ear.