Deface



verb (used with object), defaced, defacing.
1.
to mar the surface or appearance of; disfigure:
to deface a wall by writing on it.
2.
to efface, obliterate, or injure the surface of, as to make illegible or invalid:
to deface a bond.
verb
1.
(transitive) to spoil or mar the surface, legibility, or appearance of; disfigure

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