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
The red blood cells, although deformed, don’t take the characteristic crescent shape found in sickle cell disease.
That’s what bees do when others in their hive are infected with something called deformed wing virus, the paper notes.
Deeply buried, heated, and compressed, the entire sequence was later folded and refolded, deformed and intruded during some unknown mountain-building events spanning hundreds of millions of years.
But given how Saddam and Baathist ideology had so deformed Iraqi society, even that possibility would have been a long shot.
Another species' larva forces its spider host to spin it a deformed but durable web to protect its cocoon just before killing the arachnid.
Considered a deformed monster from his birth, Quasimodo is entrusted to the care of Claude Frollo, the arch-deacon of the cathedral.
Inside the condo, police found a bullet strike on a stove vent behind where GPK had been standing and a deformed bullet on the floor beneath the pipe.
The second book from Lowry’s The Giver Quartet series, Gathering Blue centers around 16-year-old Kira, who was born with a deformed foot and whose talents for weaving makes her invaluable in a society that shuns the imperfect.
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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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