deface

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To damage something in a visible or conspicuous manner

That wondrous frame where melody began / Lay as a tomb defaced that no eye cared to scan.

To void or devalue; to nullify or degrade the face value

One-and-twenty worn and defaced shillings, however, were considered as equivalent to a guinea, which perhaps, indeed, was worn and defaced too, but seldom so much so.

to mar or disfigure the face or external surface of
{v} to disfigure, destroy, erase, blot out
Spoiling the surface of an object
To place a BADGE on a flag
If someone defaces something such as a wall or a notice, they spoil it by writing or drawing things on it. It's illegal to deface banknotes. to spoil the surface or appearance of something, especially by writing on it or breaking it
To destroy; to make null
To destroy or mar the face or external appearance of; to disfigure; to injure, spoil, or mar, by effacing or obliterating important features or portions of; as, to deface a monument; to deface an edifice; to deface writing; to deface a note, deed, or bond; to deface a record
{f} destroy the surface of; vandalize
mar or spoil the appearance of; "scars defaced her cheeks"; "The vandals disfigured the statue"
deface a building facade, for example
deface a building facade, for example mar or spoil the appearance of; "scars defaced her cheeks"; "The vandals disfigured the statue
defacement
A symbol added to a flag to change it or make it different from another

Note: The word defacement in Vexillology has none of the bad connotations its other meanings have.

defacement
An act of voiding or devaluing; nullification of the face value

The soldiers found a variety of creative uses for their payment scrip after its defacement to scrap paper; some used it as toilet paper.

defacer
One who defaces; a vandal
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{n} a disfiguring, violation, injury
defacer
{n} a disfigurer, destroyer, abolisher
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having the surface damaged or disfigured
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past of deface
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The act of defacing, or the condition of being defaced; injury to the surface or exterior; obliteration
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That which mars or disfigures
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the act of damaging the appearance or surface of something; "the defacement of an Italian mosaic during the Turkish invasion"; "he objected to the dam's massive disfigurement of the landscape"
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An act of defacing; an instance of visibly marring or disfiguring something
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A symbol added to a flag to change it [the flag] or make it different from another
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{i} destruction, act of marring or disfiguring the surface of something; vandalism
defacements
plural of defacement
defacer
{i} vandal, one who mars or disfigures the surface of something
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One who, or that which, defaces or disfigures
defaces
third-person singular of deface
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present participle of deface
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differencing a flag by adding something to it, such as a charge, a badge, or writing Used especially on colonial flags Note that this term does not have the usual meaning of "vandalizing" when used in vexillology
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