verb (used with object), de·filed, de·fil·ing.
Origin of defile1
Definition for defile (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), de·filed, de·fil·ing.
Origin of defile2
Examples from the Web for defile
Smoking, the statement suggests, will direct their actions, defile their bodies and “cost them” a great deal.
The defile of the Jordan, terminating in the awful depression of the Dead Sea, no doubt occurs to you on the moment.All Around the Moon|Jules Verne
A detachment of twenty men guarded the entrance to the defile.The Missouri Outlaws|Gustave Aimard
At that moment there came a flood of light into the defile, for the moon had risen overhead.Ted Strong's Motor Car|Edward C. Taylor