Related formsnon·dis·fig·ure·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for disfigurement
More than 100 nations have banned such bombs, which can cause permanent scarring and disfigurement.
What Daisey relates in the show is jarring; he describes seeing abusive working conditions, disfigurement, child labor, illness.The Conning of ‘This American Life’ Leads to an Embarrassing Retraction|Philip Bump|March 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Joe Camel, meet the uncool—death, disfigurement, suffering, and loss.
She had never cared much for company, and her disfigurement made her care for it less.More Pages from a Journal|Mark Rutherford
She did nothing for months, and patiently bore her disfigurement as before.Great Ghost Stories|Various
The other countries of Arabia do not use this disfigurement.
The whole thing could be done for, at the outside, two hundred pounds, and would be no disfigurement to the place.A Book of Ghosts|Sabine Baring-Gould
She had altered all her dresses, and she wore a long cape, and even then was not able to hide the disfigurement of her person.Love's Pilgrimage|Upton Sinclair