Synonym: blemish, deform, disfigure, mar. Similar words: de facto, lose face, face to face, defame, defamatory, face, face-off, surface. Meaning: [dɪ'feɪs] v. 1. mar or spoil the appearance of 2. deface a building facade, for example.
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(1) Don't deface library books.
(2) to deface a wall by writing on it.
(3) An attendant warned us not to deface public property.
(4) It's illegal to deface banknotes.
(5) We are not free to deface and destroy the natural world.
(6) They clutter streets, smother blocks of flats and deface many homes.
(7) The holy tide of Christmas all other doth deface.
(8) Chalk marks deface the wall of the house.
(9) Are voided checks properly deface or mutilated and held available for subsequent inspection?
(10) The youths used spray paint to deface buildings during the riots.
(11) Thoughtless boy have deface the desk by marking on them.
(12) To destroy or deface ( public or private property ) willfully or maliciously.
(13) No person shall wilfully damage injure or deface any of the Company's property.
(14) Objective : To investigate effect of sandwich restoration on repairing tooth deface and preserving the gingival.
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