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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of disfigure.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having the appearance spoiled.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having the appearance spoiled
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One very pretty girl has had her face all cut open, and may remain disfigured for life.
La Chimuela—the nickname indicates disfigured teeth—rips open her left forearm in a splash of bottles.
Long and tearfully the old pastor looked at that name disfigured, as she, too, who bore it had been, by the hand of man.
I like how lefties keep throwing out "disfigured", like the fact that McCain's wife wasn't hot anymore is what REALLY makes his leaving her bad.
Moreover, the responses Earthy's informants gave when asked why they "disfigured" their bodies in this manner suggest an explanation quite different from what ethnographers may originally have had in mind.
Over the years, as Boba had appeared in the "Expanded Universe" novels, the occasional reference had been made to his maskless visage being ugly, or unappealing, or...well, I forget the exact wording, but I don't recall him ever being explicitly described as "disfigured" until this novel.
These "disfigured" hands have fueled discussions for the last 100 years.
Adnan Husseini, Palestinian governor of J'lem, says East J'lem is being "disfigured"
McCain's face wasn't "disfigured" from any war injuries, if that's what you're implying.
People feel bad for the disfigured woman, but what about the chimp?
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