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- adj. Having a bad or ugly form; deformed; malformed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a bad or ugly form.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Ill-shaped; deformed; ugly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. so badly formed or out of shape as to be ugly
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The balloon continues to inflate, but in misshapen form.
And sometimes, these poor waifs are shown in misshapen skirts and strange unmatching tops that do not meet in the middle.
The pictures are grisly -- bruised, blackened, bodies misshapen from the ferocious force of an angry ocean and all that travels with it.
Then it's back to the hotel where we hear tell of other traveller's tale, walking out in Zombiehamm, looking at the architecture that inspired New England, passing the weird steel statue, kind of misshapen, kind of * eerie*, and they look up at the window of a house just as the local pulls the shutters closed -- snap!
Umbert, for those who missed him, is a cartoon fetus that floats in some kind of misshapen uterus that has been detatched completely from anything resembling a woman the hypothetical artificial womb, perhaps? and spouts the pro-life line as well as any adult.
June 14, 2010 10: 43 a.m. Between the "misshapen" teeth and those eyebrows, some one has got to recognize him.
Its scientific name Amorphos applies for 'without form' and phallus 'misshapen' in Ancient Greek term.
They are awful, misshapen shells but to be fair, my Super X2 and my Beretta 391 shoot them with no problem and so should any gun that costs as much as the 105. 0
Synthetic plastics are used to replace skull bones lost after accidents, reconstruct facial bones misshapen after trauma, and most recently to build up certain facial bones which have been shown to lose their volume with aging.
For a time in my adolescence, I was nuts about the idea of Rome, but to me it was hardly more than an idea, and a poorly formed, misshapen idea at that.
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