from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being ill-favored; ugliness; deformity.
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Sin and corruption have made mad work in our bodies as well as in our souls; 'tis sin commonly that is the cause of all that deformity and ill-favoredness that now cleaveth to us, and that rendereth us so dishonorable at our death.
The Riches of Bunyan Jeremiah Rev. Chaplin
Could one touch of such love for her come in a word of look of his, why, he might turn into her ill-favoredness, she would know nothing of it, being dead to joy.
An Introduction to the Study of Robert Browning's Poetry Hiram Corson 1869