Origin of deformity
OTHER WORDS FROM deformitynon·de·for·mi·ty, noun, plural non·de·for·mi·ties.
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Smithsonian anthropologists, who helped direct the study, found evidence of childhood diseases and congenital deformities.Faces of the dead emerge from lost African American graveyard|Michael Ruane|July 9, 2021|Washington Post
While the resulting pig embryos had severe muscle deformities as they developed, their hearts beat as normal.
As in the famed Victor Hugo novel upon which the Disney film is loosely based, the plot centers around a man whose physical deformity renders him a social pariah.
The bones unearthed in the parking lot revealed that Richard did indeed have a deformity.Three Dicks: Cheney, Nixon, Richard III and the Art of Reputation Rehab|Clive Irving|July 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Anyway, physical deformity was not the most serious charge the Tudors brought against Richard.
Maude was born with facial deformity and hence not considered the marrying type.
William Hay died in England; remarkable for his deformity, on which he wrote an essay.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Also, that which especially exasperates the man of Taste in the sight of Vice is its deformity and disproportion.Charles Baudelaire, His Life|Thophile Gautier
The connection, then, between the cranial deformity and some underlying nervous disturbance might be assumed.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
As a public force he was no longer a human being at all—he was a deformity, a spectre conjured up to bring fright to the beholder.Love's Pilgrimage|Upton Sinclair
Almost any deformity or abnormality these days is called mutantism.The Status Civilization|Robert Sheckley