disfigure definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To mar or spoil the appearance or shape of; deform.
    • To mar the figure of; to render less full, perfect, or gorgeous in features; to deface; to deform.
    • To mar or spoil the looks or model of; deform.
    • To mar the figure of; to make less full, perfect, or beautiful in features; to deface; to deform.
  • verb:
    • Change the look of something/someone into bad.
    • mar or spoil the look of
    • replace the appearance of something/someone towards the bad.
    • mar or spoil the appearance of
  • noun:
    • Disfigurement; deformity.
    • Disfigurement; deformity.
    • Disfigurement; deformity.
    • Disfigurement; deformity.
  • others:
    • To mar the exterior figure of; impair the shape or as a type of; injure the wonder, symmetry, or quality of; deface; deform, either in fact or by incongruous addition.
    • To carve: said of a peacock.
    • To disguise, specifically by putting on substandard habiliments.
    • Synonyms Cripple, Mangle, etc. See mutilate.
    • To mar the exterior figure of; impair the form or kind of; injure the sweetness, balance, or excellence of; deface; deform, either actually or by incongruous inclusion.
    • To carve: said of a peacock.
    • To disguise, specifically by wearing inferior habiliments.
    • Synonyms Cripple, Mangle, etc. See mutilate.

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