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Another word for mangle

  1. To injure or damage, as by abuse or heavy wear

  2. To smooth by applying heat and pressure

      1. To put into irons; fetter.
      2. To remove (creases) by pressing.
      3. To press and smooth with a heated iron:
      1. To shape (a phonograph record, metal or plastic products, etc.) by use of a form or matrix
      2. (Basketball) To employ a press.
      3. To iron (clothes, etc.), esp. with a heavy iron or steam machine
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Another word for mangle

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  1. To mutilate

      1. To cause to be pulled apart unintentionally, as by accident:
      2. To become torn:
      3. To pull apart or separate into pieces by force; rip or rend (cloth, paper, etc.)
      1. To cause deep emotional pain to; distress.
      2. To wound or hurt (someone's feelings, etc.) deeply; distress
      3. To rip, cut, or tear.
      1. To press between opposing bodies so as to break, compress, or injure:
      2. To proceed or move by crowding or pressing:
      3. To break, pound, or grind (stone or ore, for example) into small fragments or powder.
      1. To inflict wounds or a wound:
      2. Simple past tense and past participle of wind.
      3. To inflict wounds or a wound on.
      1. To cause physical harm to; hurt:
      2. To cause physical harm to; hurt:
      3. To offend (one's feelings, pride, etc.); wound
      1. To disable, damage, or impair the functioning of:
      2. To make unable or unfit to act, function effectively, etc.; disable
      3. To cause to lose the use of a limb or limbs.
      1. To make imperfect or defective; impair:
      2. To injure, disable, or disfigure, usually by depriving of the use of a limb or other part of the body.
      1. To become torn or split; come apart:
      2. To pull, split, or divide:
      3. To tear, pull, or rip with violence
      1. To hurt the appearance or attractiveness of; deform; deface; mar
      2. To mar or spoil the appearance or shape of; deform.
      3. Change the appearance of something/someone to the negative.
      1. To separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument; sever:
      2. To form or shape by severing or incising:
      3. To perform:
      1. To chop or cut something by hacking.
      2. (Slang) To cut or mutilate as if by hacking:
      3. To chop or cut crudely, roughly, or irregularly, as with a hatchet
      1. To whip or lash.
      2. To strip of money or goods; fleece.
      3. To strip off the skin or outer covering of.
      1. To make a slit or slits in.
      2. To cut or split open, esp. by a straight incision
      3. To cut into strips
      1. To make a quick, rough version
      2. To chop (meat or vegetables) into small pieces for cooking
      3. To chop into pieces; mince.
      1. To botch; bungle:
      2. To kill (people, game, etc.) brutally, senselessly, or in large numbers; slaughter
      3. To kill or dress (animals) for meat
      1. To cut or form by cutting with forceful sweeping strokes:
      2. To cut a slit or slits in, especially so as to reveal an underlying color:
      3. To cut or wound with a sweeping stroke or strokes, as of a knife
      1. To cut through or move through with an action like cutting:
      2. To cut from a larger piece:
      3. To cut off as in a slice or slices
      1. To engrave or cut figures as an art, hobby, or trade.
      2. To decorate the surface of with cut figures or designs
      3. To cut into a desired shape; fashion by cutting:
      1. To injure the underlying soft tissue or bone of (part of the body) without breaking the skin, as by a blow.
      2. To pound (berries, for example) into fragments; crush.
      3. To injure (tissue), as by a blow, without breaking the skin but causing discoloration
      1. To damage or mar (an object):
      2. To cut off or damage a limb or other important part of (a person or animal)
      3. To injure severely or disfigure, especially by cutting off tissue or body parts.
      1. To impair the soundness, perfection, or integrity of; spoil.
      2. To injure or damage so as to make imperfect, less attractive, etc.; spoil; impair; disfigure
      3. To inflict damage, especially disfiguring damage, on.
      1. To repair or patch clumsily
      2. To spoil by poor work or poor performance; bungle
      3. To perform poorly or ruin through clumsiness or ineptitude:
      1. To be damaged or injured in such a way as to become useless, valueless, etc.; specif., to decay, as food
      2. To impair or destroy the value or quality of; ruin:
      3. To become unfit for use or consumption, as from decay. Used especially of perishables, such as food.
      1. To become deformed:
      2. To impair the form or shape of
      3. (Physics) To change the shape of by pressure or stress
      1. To split (wood) with a maul and wedge.
      2. To handle roughly or clumsily; manhandle; paw
      3. To handle or treat roughly, causing damage:
      1. To subject (a smaller or weaker person) to frequent beatings
      2. To break to bits by pounding
      3. To injure or damage by pounding, by hard wear or use, etc.
  2. To iron with a power roller

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