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Sentence count:26Posted:2017-01-05Updated:2017-01-05
Synonym: blemishdefacedeforminjuremarscarspoilAntonym: beautifyembellishSimilar words: figurefigure outfigure inconfigurationdissatisfiedsatisfiedunsatisfieddiscomposureMeaning: [dɪs'fɪgə] v. mar or spoil the appearance of. 
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1. Many of the wounded had been badly disfigured.
2. He was badly disfigured by the accident.
3. She was badly disfigured in the fire.
4. She was horribly disfigured by burns.
5. The old city is increasingly disfigured by tasteless new buildings.
6. Her good name was disfigured by instances of favouritism.
7. Her face is disfigured with the scar.
8. Her face was disfigured by a broken nose.
9. His face had been disfigured in an accident.
10. Her face was disfigured by a long red scar.
11. Wind turbines are large and noisy and they disfigure the landscape.
12. She tried not to look at the scarred, disfigured face.
13. An ugly power station disfigures the landscape.
14. This part of the old town has been disfigured by ugly new buildings.
15. He was disfigured for life by the burns he received in the accident.
16. The accident disfigured him for life.
17. He opened it and the blast disfigured his face and cost him an eye and three fingers.
18. Now the vital laser needed to treat children with disfiguring birthmarks is already installed at the Ulster Hospital at Dundonald.
19. It had a nasty[sentencedict .com], disfiguring stain running along the whole of the top edge.
20. To mutilate or disfigure by battering, hacking, cutting, or tearing.
21. These diseases blind, maim, disfigure, debilitate, and disable.
22. Except for pasting the occasional coconut tree with small advertisements for acupuncture, the hippies have done little to disfigure this beautiful spot.
23. At the end of the season their leaves are frequently dulled and disfigured by powdery mildew.
24. Now , all the prejudices of the Restoration , all its interests, all its instincts tended disfigure Napoleon.
25. To mar is to injure or damage; to spoil disfigure, or impair.
26. And more than 10 million are afflicted by fluorosis, which can soften and disfigure teeth and bones.
More similar words: figurefigure outfigure inconfigurationdissatisfiedsatisfiedunsatisfieddiscomposurefighteffigydig upinaugurationfighterfatigueintrigueambiguousambiguityintriguedfirefighterintriguingfight againstluresurecureallureazurecuredenduresuretytenure
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