He has two left hands, and was never known to do anything right; whatever he touches he is sure to despoil and disfigure.
The hideous monstrosities of post-Reformation times did not then disfigure our churches.
Fill the craw of the fowl, &c.; but do not cram it so as to disfigure its shape.
But, dear, dear, what a pity it is that you should go and disfigure yourselves like this!
I have aroused them from their state of unconsciousness, cured their wounds but left the hideous scars to disfigure them.
He can console himself with the reflection, that rank only degrades—wealth only impoverishes—ornaments but disfigure him!
Thus are made the too familiar holes which disfigure the leaves of plants in our garden.
He would not allow personal differences to disfigure that array.
The marks of rude or crude workmanship which disfigure much Epic have nearly all disappeared from the Iliad.
They disfigure their faces, that they may be seen of men that they are fasting.