It was like the foot of an aborigine; undeformed, undeflected from nature's lines by fashionable footgear.
The human body, so far as it is normal, undeformed and unimpaired, is a presentment of the spirit itself.
"Mormonism" lives because it is healthy, normal and undeformed.
undeformed oxen are no longer to be seen, but in those countries where they have not made use of them as beasts of burden.
Yes, man is beautiful; the natural man, undeformed by abuses, is an object of Beauty.
As the bullet is undeformed and its penetrating power very slight, its velocity was that of extreme range.
deformed de·formed (dĭ-fôrd')
Distorted in form.