Examples of deformed in a Sentence
his first sculpture looked more like a deformed rabbit than a galloping horse
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These toxins caused farm worker women to lose their fetuses or give birth to deformed children.
Employing wires and stage props like a giant, spark-spewing chandelier and deformed street lights that looked as though they'd been lifted from a Picasso painting, Pink and her team essentially repealed the law of gravity for the night.
According to the New York Times, sick animals and cadavers can spread prions through plants and soil, which could be coated with deformed proteins for years, perhaps even decades.
Newborns with congenital syphilis may suffer from deformed bones, severe anemia, blindness, deafness or other symptoms.
Emmanuel's Gift, a documentary about Yeboah's experience cycling over 600 kilometers after being born with a deformed right leg, was released in 2005.
In the coal-mining town of Vorkuta, about 40 percent of buildings have become deformed from changes in the ground.
Bricks in the hottest zones tended to burn black and were badly deformed.
Many of the birds were deformed, distressed and diseased, the court said, although eight pigeons appeared to be healthy.
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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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