Examples of deformed in a Sentence
his first sculpture looked more like a deformed rabbit than a galloping horse
Recent Examples of deformed from the Web
Pocket Rumble even looks like a NGPC game, with slightly deformed characters sporting oversized heads and hands.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame Bay Area Musicals presents Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz’s musical stage adaptation of the classic underdog tale of a deformed bell-ringer who finds love and saves his community.
The Humane Society of Cobb County put the word out Tuesday on its Facebook page to look for the deformed tortoise.
The blast left the front part of Northup's eye deformed, damaging the cornea and bruising the retina.
And a bridge was deformed because of the heat in Chicago, according to WREX.
That can mean immediate damage, leaving an engine blade deformed, broken, or completely fragmented, as shown in the above animation.
The deformed carp is the latest unusual fish to generate buzz.
To show that the changes in gene activity had an impact on the bees' immune function, the authors turned to the deformed wing virus.
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DEFORMED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of deformed for English Language Learners
: not having the normal or expected shape especially because of a problem in the way something has developed or grown
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