Misshapen vs Misshapes - What's the difference?
As an adjective misshapen
is having a bad or ugly form; deformed; malformed.
As a verb misshapes is
Having a bad or ugly form; deformed; malformed.
(obsolete) A misshapen person; a misshapen body.
*1596 , (Edmund Spenser), The Faerie Queene , V.12:
*:The one of them, that elder did appeare, / With her dull eyes did seeme to looke askew, / That her mis-shape much helpt [...].
A misshapen object; now especially, a broken item (especially food) sold individually at a cheaper price.
*1995 , (Jarvis Cocker) et al., "Mis-Shapes":
*:Mis-shapes , mistakes, misfits / Raised on a diet of broken biscuits.
To shape badly or incorrectly.