distort[ dih-stawrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF distort
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTORT
He will not steal it, nor distort it with his supernatural chisels, nor make fun of it.
"Yes, they have done their best to distort it," sighed Mendelssohn.
The mirage in Mesopotamia does not so much hide as distort the truth.
But fashion and the absence of models cramp and distort his work.
If to this we add the idea of the subject, which has consciousness, we distort the event.
Thinking thus, do you continue to dissemble or to distort the truth?
But there, they're doing all they can to distort the children's minds.
One of them began to distort his features and turn up his eyes.
He had got an 'ideal' of her which it was pleasanter to magnify than to distort.
If you think it will benefit you to distort my motives, Mackworth, pray do so.