I visibly winced as I saw the bloodied, bruised, and deformed toes wrapped with tape and padding.
Brienne demands the deformed, less savage Clegane brother fork her over, but he refuses, hell-bent on receiving his bounty.
Caused by a deformed protein known as a prion, the disease attacks and destroys the brain and spinal cord in cattle.
That he was also bisexual and deformed by a clubfoot further made his life one of varying accommodations and rebellions.
If anyone can wrest reform out of our deformed political system, it is this man.
Rogers is ready, strapped and great-coated, with a flaming eye in the middle of his waist, like a deformed Cyclops.
And how I loved her—poor orphan child, weak, sick, and deformed!
Scarce, however, had he mastered the alphabet, until the faculties of the deformed began to expand.
And Magistrate Voris was a person with a deformed sense of humour!
I will not say the clown was ugly in visage or deformed in person; but he was a slouch from head to foot.
deformed de·formed (dĭ-fôrd')
Distorted in form.