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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmisshapenmis‧shap‧en /ˌmɪsˈʃeɪpən, mɪˈʃeɪ-/ adjective  SHAPEnot the normal or natural shape an old woman struggling to walk on misshapen feet misshapen carrots
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misshapenAvoid varieties whose foliage is misshapen.It wasn't just that the thing looked misshapen and ugly and threatening.The old woman's fingers were misshapen and useless.Later, she would pick up the misshapen bullet from the floor.They were used to store trunks, suitcases, large misshapen cardboard boxes and broken furniture.Misshapen carrots and potatoes were fed to the pigs.The bat flapped around his misshapen hat and took off into the dark.It looked misshapen in this light, almost as if something was eating away at it.The model was a little misshapen, the face furred with fluff from her pocket, but it was still intact.Ballerinas often have blunted, misshapen toes.
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