Brian, watching him, reflected that this malformed freebooter could be venomous-looking at times.
Under these were the Schrees, and under these the malformed working caste or castes.
It had a sort of a malformed skull or jaw-bone or something.
If he was often malformed in body and mind, this was the fault of his sins.
His right arm is malformed, and only a very strong man, with two strong arms, could have performed that feat.
In addition, skulls of many young and even juveniles were malformed.
His enormous feet assist him in the task; beneath his cap one detects the malformed head of a crétin.
The frontal sinuses of the type are malformed as a result of infestation by parasites.
Her heart was heavy because of the child, almost as if it were unhealthy, or malformed.
Tiny, malformed, and bandy-legged, it was still the spitting image of him.
malformed mal·formed (māl-fôrmd')
Abnormally or faultily formed.