\\dəs, (ˈ)dis+\ transitive verb
Etymology: Middle English disnaturen, from Middle French desnaturer, from des- dis- (I) + nature — more at nature
: to make unnatural : deprive of a natural quality or appearance

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • disnature — /dis nay cheuhr/, v.t., disnatured, disnaturing. to deprive (something) of its proper nature or appearance; make unnatural. [1400 50; late ME < AF, MF desnaturer, equiv. to des DIS 1 + naturer, v. deriv. of nature NATURE] * * * …   Universalium

  • disnature — v. negate something of its nature or proper appearance; make unnatural …   English contemporary dictionary

  • disnature — dis·nature …   English syllables

  • disnature — /dɪsˈneɪtʃə/ (say dis naychuh) verb (t) (disnatured, disnaturing) to deprive of its proper nature; make unnatural …   Australian English dictionary

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