verb (used with object)
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.
to make ugly, ungraceful, or displeasing; mar the beauty of; spoil:
The trees had been completely deformed by the force of the wind.
to change the form of; transform.
Geology, Mechanics. to subject to deformation:
The metal was deformed under stress.
verb (used without object)
to undergo deformation.
to make or become misshapen or distorted
(transitive) to mar the beauty of; disfigure
(transitive) to subject or be subjected to a stress that causes a change of dimensions
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.
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
verb (used with object), defamed, defaming. 1. to attack the good name or reputation of, as by uttering or publishing maliciously or falsely anything injurious; slander or libel; calumniate: The newspaper editorial defamed the politician. 2. Archaic. to disgrace; bring dishonor upon. 3. Archaic. to accuse. verb (transitive) 1. to attack the good name or […]
adjective 1. containing defamation; injurious to reputation; slanderous or libelous: She claimed that the article in the magazine was defamatory. adjective 1. injurious to someone’s name or reputation