To mar or spoil the appearance or shape of; deform.(verb-transitive)
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Use "disfigure" in a sentence
"And, as I say, there was law and order instead of enactments and restrictions such as disfigure our umpire state to-day."
"The word 'disfigure' means literaly, to remove the face."
"Slowly attacking the skin and mucous tissue, it can kill nerves, disable muscles, decalcify bones, and disfigure faces."