Definition of deform :
1. Deformed; misshapen; shapeless; horrid.
2. To render displeasing; to deprive of comeliness, grace, or perfection; to dishonor.
3. To spoil the form of; to mar in form; to misshape; to disfigure.
sour, reach, curve, stoop, strain, bow, deflect, twist around, separate out, squeeze, writhe, shape, strive, squinch, wriggle, open up, tinge, change by reversal, wind, sift, squirm, flex, turn away, release, turn, rick, turn over, sophisticate, plough, screw, wrench, change shape, form, study at distort, move around, rack, injure, call on, become, filtrate, falsify, beautiful, wrestle, work, filter, extort, torture, grow, reshape, sprain, worm, color, tense up, plow, try, extend, gouge, reverse, tense, crouch, change form, misshape, puree, change state, colour, wrick, curl, wring, stress, twine, convolute, straighten, ferment, sieve, filter out
blemish (part of speech: verb)
flaw, blot, discolor, fleck, disfigure, splotch, scuff, blister, stain, speck, dot, taint, spoil, scrape, hurt, check, notch, spot, tarnish, abrade, crack, kink, fracture, score, pockmark, freckle, hack, chip, mark, deface, damage, mar, slit, scratch, nick, blemish, gash, scar, defect
misinterpret (part of speech: verb)
pervert (part of speech: verb)
deform (part of speech: verb)
- When clouds deform the year, she mounts the wind, Shoots to the south, nor fears the storm behind; The sun returning, she returns again, Lives in his beams, and leaves ill days to men. - "The Poetical Works of Edward Young, Volume 2", Edward Young.
- I wish with all my heart that these letters had not been published; they deform and disfigure a beautiful spirit and a quick imagination. - "The Upton Letters", Arthur Christopher Benson.
- Michelangelo left little in this group for the chisel of Montelupo to deform by alteration. - "The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti", John Addington Symonds.