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deformity

di fawr muh tee

  • n  an affliction in which some part of the body is misshapen or malformed
  • n  an appearance that has been spoiled or is misshapen

  • The deformity, which apparently occurred when the egg that had begun to split into twins failed to divide fully, sent a thrill of terror through the Garcias' neighborhood.
  • The court's logicwhich is the true deformitywould encourage wholesale prenatal slaughter.
  • His odd skull shape was genetic, not a deformity.
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  • Bhaskar in TopNews
    If the child continues to have deformity even after two years of age the parents should consult a doctor. However, all bow leggedness cases are not serious and Blount's disease,said Dr. Bhaskar.
  • Peter Butler in Mirror.co.uk
    Mr Butler, who has researched the surgery for 12 years, said: "People have seen a woman with severe facial deformity change to what looks like a perfectly normal face. We have done everything we can to prepare for this and we would like to go ahead....
  • Virginia Woolf in Times Online
    As Virginia Woolf said about Elizabeth Barrett Browning's dog, Flush: "Not a single one of his myriad sensations ever submitted itself to the deformity of words."

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