distorted

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That face, now ashy white, was distorted into a diabolical grin.

The lurid light of the fire showed us ourselves in distorted shadows.

The face of the dead man was distorted and blackened by the agony of strangulation.

His view's so distorted it makes me mad, but there's something in it you can't get away from.

And her face was distorted by an emotion that seemed of sorrow and anger mingled.

Again did she give vent to a dry laugh which distorted her wheedling face.

And, in distorted perspective, his actions were reflected on the dome.

On that face, which should have been distorted with agony, was a broad grin.

He writhed as he spoke, and for an instant his features were distorted.

He started up, and showed her again that livid, distorted face of his.

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