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  • Defoliate

    verb (used with object), defoliated, defoliating. 1. to strip (a tree, bush, etc.) of leaves. 2. to destroy or cause widespread loss of leaves in (an area of jungle, forest, etc.), as by using chemical sprays or incendiary bombs, in order to deprive enemy troops or guerrilla forces of concealment. verb (used without object), defoliated, […]

  • Deform

    verb (used with object) 1. to mar the natural form or shape of; put out of shape; disfigure: In cases where the drug was taken during pregnancy, its effects deformed the infants. 2. to make ugly, ungraceful, or displeasing; mar the beauty of; spoil: The trees had been completely deformed by the force of the […]

  • Undeformed

    adjective 1. having the form changed, especially with loss of beauty; misshapen; disfigured: After the accident his arm was permanently deformed. 2. hateful; offensive: a deformed personality. adjective 1. disfigured or misshapen 2. morally perverted; warped deformed de·formed (dĭ-fôrd’) adj. Distorted in form.

  • Defraud

    verb (used with object) 1. to deprive of a right, money, or property by fraud: Dishonest employees defrauded the firm of millions of dollars. verb 1. (transitive) to take away or withhold money, rights, property, etc, from (a person) by fraud; cheat; swindle

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