A bodily malformation, distortion, or disfigurement.(noun)
A deformed person or thing.(noun)
Gross ugliness or distortion.(noun)
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Use "deformity" in a sentence
"Shakespeare, whose mind was more intent upon notions than words, had in his thoughts the pulchritude of virtue, and the deformity of wickedness; and though he had mentioned _wickedness_, made the correlative answer to _deformity_."
"The special meaning here attached to the term deformity is sufficiently explained in the preceding paragraph; it remains to give a few illustrations, and to refer to other headings, such as Heterotaxy,"
"I do break my promise; never will I create another like yourself, equal in deformity and wickedness."