[ dis-ney-cher ]

verb (used with object),dis·na·tured, dis·na·tur·ing.
  1. to deprive (something) of its proper nature or appearance; make unnatural.

Origin of disnature

1400–50; late Middle English <Anglo-French, Middle French desnaturer, equivalent to des-dis-1 + -naturer, verbal derivative of naturenature

Words Nearby disnature

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