Examples of deformity in a Sentence
a disease causing deformity of the spine
a primitive culture that cast aside infants born with deformities, allowing them to die of exposure to the elements
Recent Examples of deformity from the Web
Some of Menz’s research on older adults shows that too-short or too-narrow shoes can lead to foot deformities and increased risk for weakness and falls, as well as growths like bunions, corns and calluses.
Richard is a much more sympathetic figure, because the core of his tyrannical soul is shaped from his very birth by physical deformity and social rejection.
The disease causes bone erosion and joint deformity.
And now D’Angelo and other researchers have published a paper describing the rare deformity.
People w/ facial deformities experience a lot of cruelty.
Zika is known to cause a range of birth defects, including microcephaly — an abnormally small head — collapsed skulls and other deformities, and eye defects.
The pup was said to have been born with a litter of dogs bred to be sold, but was given for free to a man who lived in Austin because of his facial deformity.
Chapter six of the Arizona curriculum lists joint deformity, joint pain or tenderness, swelling, decreased range of motion and numbness or tingling as the main warning signs that an injury may require medical attention.
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DEFORMITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of deformity for English Language Learners
: a condition in which part of the body does not have the normal or expected shape
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