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disfeature

[ dis-fee-cher ]
/ dɪsˈfi tʃər /
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verb (used with object), dis·fea·tured, dis·fea·tur·ing.
to mar the features of; disfigure.
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Origin of disfeature

First recorded in 1650–60; dis-1 + feature

OTHER WORDS FROM disfeature

dis·fea·ture·ment, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for disfeature

disfeature
/ (dɪsˈfiːtʃə) /

verb
(tr) to mar the features or appearance of; deface

Derived forms of disfeature

disfeaturement, noun
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