Definitions

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  • adj. Not disfigured.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ disfigured

Examples

  • How it came there, undisfigured and unscorched by gunpowder, and how this crime came to be so clumsily and strangely committed, it is impossible to discover.

    A Child's History of England

  • He removed them, after a minute, and never was there seen, part of a living man undisfigured by any wound, such a ghastly face as he then disclosed.

    Nicholas Nickleby

  • Yet she was very fond of company, and in pleasant weather often sat in the side doorway looking out on her green yard, where the grass grew short and thick and was undisfigured even by a path toward the steps.

    The Passing of Sister Barsett

  • Thrust hard — thus I will bleed less, and go undisfigured.

    Flashman In The Great Game

  • Thrust hard - thus I will bleed less, and go undisfigured.

    Flashman In The Great Game

  • The same dictatorialness and sharp tongue; the same thinly-veiled insolence to Duncan; the same swift smiles from his entrancing lips -- thank Heaven undisfigured by any moustache -- to myself; the same unalterable gentleness to Janet.

    The Argosy Vol. 51, No. 5, May, 1891

  • So in the Appian Way, the road of tombs, the fascination of desolation -- a desolation there unbroken and undisfigured by modern buildings or otherwise -- she felt to the full.

    Famous Women: George Sand

  • A word more: the progress of an author who alternates, in turn, between fact and his private fancies (like unequal crutches) cannot in reason be undisfigured by false steps.

    Gallantry Dizain des Fetes Galantes

  • The minie-ball had pierced his head just above the forehead, leaving the face undisfigured.

    A soldier's recollections : leaves from the diary of a young Confederate : with an oration on the motives and aims of the soldiers of the South,

  • Last week a woman whom she knew had had her nose broken in an automobile accident, and as she remembered this it seemed to her that the mere fact of her undisfigured features was sufficient to be the cause of joyful gratitude.

    The Wheel of Life

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