transitive verb-·shaped′, -·shap′ing
Origin of misshapeMiddle English mysshapen: see mis- and shape
transitive verbmis·shaped, mis·shaped, or mis·shap·en mis·shap·ing, mis·shapes
- A misshapen object; now especially, a broken item (especially food) sold individually at a cheaper price. [from 19th c.]
(third-person singular simple present misshapes, present participle misshaping, simple past and past participle misshaped)
- To shape badly or incorrectly. [from 15th c.]
From mis- +"Ž shape.