Mutilate in a sentence

use Mutilate in a sentence

mutilate;

[verb] to destroy or hurt severely;to change something and make it unrecognizable;

The hand was mutilated; it looked to be burned. There were numerous cuts on the forearm.

The immigrants mutilated the English language.

They may mutilate our earth and our lives but they’ll never kill our spirit.

There, he found the woman, whose arms, scalp, and neck were mutilated.

His body had been mutilated in countless battles.

In this latest deadly violence, 49 mutilated bodies were found in northern Mexico.

No responsibility will be taken for lost, mutilated or damaged tickets.

If the bus pass is mutilated or defaced, travel may be refused and/or the pass may be withdrawn.