- v.损毁…的外形，使变丑( disfigure的过去式和过去分词 );
He has been left hideously disfigured by plastic surgery.
She tried not to look at the scarred, disfigured face.
Two dogs attacked him, leaving him horribly disfigured.
Her face was disfigured by a long red scar.
He was badly disfigured by the accident.
He was disfigured for life by the burns he received in the accident.
Many of the wounded had been badly disfigured.
His face was disfigured by the burns he received in the accident.
His disfigured face was like some avenging nemesis of gargoyle design.
His mouth must also have been disfigured in the accident.
Large billboards have disfigured the scenery.
Old towns disfigured by tasteless new buildings.
Two faces grotesquely disfigured in nylon stocking masks looked through the window.
The beautiful scenery was disfigured by ugly advertising signs.
To conceal his disfigured visage , Sidious returned to his simple Sith robes.
1. having the appearance spoiled;
"a disfigured face"
"strip mining left a disfigured landscape"