Examples of malformed in a Sentence
a clay sculpture of an eagle that was so malformed that it looked more like a feathered football
Recent Examples of malformed from the Web
Heterotaxy syndrome is when a person is born with internal organs that are malformed, misplaced, multiplied, and/or missing.
Now that Liddle's team has shown that the endocrine cells do, in fact, contain the alpha-synuclein protein, the researchers want to establish that the endocrine cells of Parkinson's patients carry the malformed version of the protein, Liddle said.
The ocular prosthesis can be nearly spherical, like the eyeball, or cup-like, to fit over an existing, malformed and nonfunctioning eye.
His surpassing cuteness is probably due to his crippling skeletal defects, notably a malformed skull that bugs his eyes and gives him a sort of slackjawed expression.
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Definition of malformed for English Language Learners
medical : not having the normal or expected shape especially because of a problem in the way something has developed or grown : badly or improperly formed
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