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Synonyms for Deface:blemish (verb)
abrade, blemish, blister, blot, check, chip, crack, damage, defect, deform, discolor, disfigure, distort, dot, flaw, fleck, fracture, freckle, gash, hack, hurt, kink, mar, mark, nick, notch, pockmark, scar, score, scrape, scratch, scuff, slit, speck, splotch, spoil, spot, stain, taint, tarnish.Other synonyms and related words:
Endamage, Misshape, abasement, abjection, abolition, adulteration, annihilate, apply the sponge, bankruptcy, batter, besmear, blameworthy, blot out, blotch, break, breakdown, bruise, butcher, cancel, chagrin, chop, cicatrize, collapse, consume, contort, corrupt, corruption, craze, cripple, cut, cut up, daub, death, debasement, decline, decrepit, defacement, defeat, deficiency, defigure, deflower, degradation, delete, demolish, derange, desecrate, desolation, destroy, destruction, devastate, devastation, dilapidate, disabled, discreditable, disfigurement, disgrace, dishonorable, disproportion, dysphemize, economic, economical, efface, enfeeble, erase, expunge, failure, faint, feeble, frugal, frustrate, gouge, graduate, groove, hamstring, harm, hew, hough, humiliation, impair, incise, indulge, infirm, injure, lacerate, lame, line, look a fright, look a mess, look bad, look like hell, look something terrible, maim, mangle, mess about, mutilate, obliterate, offend, offend the eye, pauperize, pierce, rase, raze, render illegible, render ugly, render unclean, rub off, rub out, ruin, ruination, scab, scarify, scotch, scratch out, shame, slash, smash, smudge, soil, spavined, split, sponge out, spray graffiti, stab, strike out, sully, surbate, take out, to disfigure, trash, truncate, twist, uglify, vandalize, vitiate, warp, wash out, weak, wear away, wipe away, wipe off, wipe out, wound, wreck, write off.
Rhymes for Deface:
- case, ace, embrace, encase, replace, retrace, base, erase, brace, chase, grace, space, lambastes, race, misplace, heyse, lace, dace, glace, mace, place, pace, trace, vase, bass, face;
- debase, efface, apace, abase, displace, disgrace;