Deformity definition

dĭ-fôrmĭ-tē
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A bodily malformation, distortion, or disfigurement.
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The state of being deformed.
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The state of being deformed.
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A deformed person or thing.
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Gross ugliness or distortion.
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The condition of being deformed.
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Ugliness or depravity.
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Anything deformed or disfigured.
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Abnormal bodily formation.
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A deformed or disfigured part of the body.
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A bodily malformation, distortion, or disfigurement.
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A deformed person or thing.
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The state of being deformed.
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Something which is deformed.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
deformity
Plural:
deformities

Origin of deformity

  • From Old French deformite, from Latin dēfōrmitās (“deformity, ugliness”), from dēfōrmis (“deformed, ugly”) + -itās, from + fōrma (“shape, form”).

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