Definition of deformis
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LEM
dēfōrmis, dēfōrme
adjective (3rd 2-termination)
  1. misshapen, deformed
  2. formless, without shape
  3. unsightly, ugly, hideous, loathsome
  4. unbecoming, humiliating
  5. [plur n. as subst] disgraceful conduct
Abbreviations
dē-fōrmis e, adj. with comp. de + forma, misshapen, deformed: deformem esse natum.

— Formless, without shape: animae, O.

—Unsightly, ugly, hideous, loathsome: qui senes ac deformes erant: iumenta, Cs.: agmen, L.: harundo, V.: campus Leontinus, desolate: aegrimonia, H.: de formior species civitatis.

—Unbecoming, humiliating: oratio sibi, L.: obsequium, Ta.

—Plur n. as subst, disgraceful conduct: deformia meditari, Ta.
 
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