[ UK /dɪsfˈɪɡəd/ ]
[ US /dɪsˈfɪɡjɝd/ ]
  1. having the appearance spoiled
    a disfigured face
    strip mining left a disfigured landscape
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How To Use disfigured In A Sentence

  • Davenant's face was disfigured—his nose had been eaten away—by the mercury vapor he inhaled as a treatment for a case of syphilis. Pens at the Ready
  • He had spent some years in dissipation, which had disfigured him more than the wounds. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
  • The mother I knew during my lifetime was a beautiful and vain woman, one who resisted having a mastectomy for breast cancer because she could not bear to be, as she put it, "mutilated" and "disfigured. We Remember - Eleanor Hatkin Freedman, 1924 - 1974
  • He remained horribly disfigured and his speech was still badly affected. The Sun
  • My face was completely disfigured. Times, Sunday Times
  • I've been going through terrible pain thinking that she would be horribly, horribly disfigured. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was badly disfigured in the fire.
  • At the end of the season their leaves are frequently dulled and disfigured by powdery mildew.
  • The skyline is disfigured by pylons carrying electricity over the Pennines. Times, Sunday Times
  • Looking closer, they might just see the edge of the prosthetic nose she is forced to wear to disguise her disfigured features. The Sun
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