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Word: deface

Definition: mar; disfigure


Sentences Containing 'deface'

Furthermore, it is often considered bad etiquette in the coin roll hunting community to deface coins with marks since the marked coins may be of some collecting value to other people.
He feels an uncontrollable urge to deface the rich kid's new car and chase after his fiancée. Complicating the plot further is Tatsuya's run-in with a young composer and pianist, who has a limp from injuries sustained in a car accident many years before.
On the second anniversary of the assassinations, protesters and piqueteros marched towards the Billinghurst base were the phone calls originated and proceeded to deface the property and manifest public outrage towards the organization.
Some coin roll hunters mark, paint or deface coins in order to identify that a batch of coins has been searched.

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