Definition of deformo
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Orthography ID = 1004099
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LEM
dēfōrmō, dēfōrmāre, dēfōrmāvī, dēfōrmātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to bring out of shape, deform, disfigure, spoil, mar
  2. [figuratively] to mar, spoil, deteriorate, disgrace, dishonor
Abbreviations
dēfōrmō āvī, ātus, āre de + forma, to bring out of shape, deform, disfigure, spoil, mar: deformatus corpore: aerumnis deformatus, S.: voltum, V.: parietes deformatos reliquit.

—Fig., to mar, spoil, deteriorate, disgrace, dishonor: homo vitiis deformatus: deformandi huius causā dicere: imago viri deformata ignominiā: victoriam clade, L.: domum, V.
 
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