disfigurement


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Synonyms for disfigurement

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a disfiguring abnormality of shape or form

Synonyms for disfigurement

an appearance that has been spoiled or is misshapen

the act of damaging the appearance or surface of something

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When Blanche's eyes turned on Arnold after her uncle had gone out, not even the hideous fashionable disfigurements of the inflated "chignon" and the tilted hat could destroy the triple charm of youth, beauty, and tenderness beaming in her face.
Dotty Hunter, who resides in Colorado, suffered permanent and irreparable damage to her pituitary gland, multiple facial fractures, permanent hearing loss, paralysis and disfigurement, the lawsuit said.
While most fireworks injuries are simple "treat and release" cases, many fireworks injuries lead to permanent damage, disfigurement, blindness and occasionally, death.
Campbell, of Baillieston, Glasgow, admitted assault to permanent disfigurement.
The procedure would involve grafting the face of a dead person on to someone who had suffered severe facial disfigurement.
The initiative, supported by insurance companies and approved by 76 percent of the voters, prohibits uninsured drivers, drunk drivers and fleeing felons from collecting ``non-economic'' damages - for pain, disfigurement and emotional distress - in any auto accident, no matter who was at fault.
The therapy is designed to improve quality of life by avoiding disfigurement and function loss that can result from surgery, the standard of care for treating solid tumors, while also reducing treatment costs.
IT takes a special person to touch the heart of a surgeon who deals with disfigurement every day.
I'M a man aged 25 and I have a facial disfigurement.
Their report read as follows: ``Highly inefficient organisms; 90 percent of water taken up by roots is lost through leaves into the atmosphere; most of plant's energy is used for producing flowers, which have no practical value; fruits, roots or leaves of certain plants may be eaten, although minerals and vitamins contained within may be found in capsules sold over the counter in any drugstore; subject to sudden disfigurement or death due to many different kinds of insects and diseases; extremely sensitive to, and sometimes killed by, ordinary bad weather; not suitable for further development and research due to enormous risk and cost of growing.
Portraits of Violence: War and the Aesthetics of Disfigurement
Changing Faces began its work in 1992 to help people who have a disfigurement.
They had no other systemic features and were concerned the cosmetic disfigurement imparted by the disease.
The aid effort will protect more than 200 million people from pain and disfigurement, the Department for International Development (DfID) said.