Synonyms of 'defile'

abuse, blight, bottleneck, check, chimney, cut, degenerate, envenom, expose, gash, hole, inlet, isthmus, mislead, mismanage, muckrake, neck, notch, wadi, molest, moat, misuse, mistreat, mishandle, misappropriate, misapply, mess, menace, march, maltreat, maladminister, leak, lane, kloof, junction, joint, jinx, intersection, interchange, injure, infect, incision, impair, hurt, hike, hex, harm, harass, gully, gulf, gulch, groove, gorge, goose-step, gibbet, gape, gap, gallery, furrow, fracture, foul, Ford, force, footslog, flume, flaw, fissure, file, ferry, fault, exit, excavation, embezzle, draw, doom, donga, divert, ditch, distress, distort, disserve, disparage, dishonor, discolor, disapprove, disadvantage, dirty, Dike, devalue, destroy, despoil, desecrate, deprave, denigrate, denature, demoralize, Dell, degrade, deflower, defame, defalcate, deceive, debauch, debase, damage, cwm, crevice, crevasse, cranny, crack, couloir, coulee, corrupt, corridor, contaminate, connection, confound, conduit, condemn, communication, colonnade, col, coarsen, Clough, cloister, cleft, Chink, cheapen, chasm, chap, channel, censure, cavity, canyon, canker, canal, break, breach, brand, box canyon, blot, blacken, bewitch, betray, bespatter, besmirch, besmear, befoul, backpack, avenue, attaint, artery, arroyo, arcade, aperture, ambulatory, alloy, alley, aisle, aggrieve, afflict, adulterate, access, abyss, abysm, wrong, wound, warp, vulgarize, void, vitiate, violate, vilify, valley, underpass, ulcerate, twist, tunnel, trench, tramp, traject, torture, torment, throat, threaten, tarnish, tar, taint, sully, strait, stigmatize, stain, spoil, split, soil, smirch, smear, slur, slot, slit, shame, seduce, seam, scissure, scathe, savage, rupture, ruin, rime, rift, revile, reprimand, rent, ravish, ravine, ravage, rape, prostitute, promenade, profane, prejudice, portico, pollute, poison, pillory, pilfer, pervert, persecute, peculate, passageway, passage, pass, parade, overpass, outrage, outlet, opening, nullah, nasty, Narrows, narrow, mush