Thesaurus / distorted

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While the original news article was accurate, fact-checking group PolitiFact has said that the Bell’s palsy story has become exaggerated and distorted.
If we hope to ever address racial injustice, then we need to stop presenting our distorted data as “ground truth.”
Juried by Shanti Norris, chief curator for the Integrated Arts and Healing program at Fairfax County’s Inova Schar Cancer Institute, the show includes many images of distorted or shattered figures.
Another possible symptom is a distorted sense of smell or taste.
Musk described this type of paralysis as caused by distorted electrical signals in the brain.
The cruel eyes did not open, and the distorted mouth did not change.
THE WISHING MOONLOUISE ELIZABETH DUTTON
He saw the limp form thrown across the bed, the distorted face, the hands and arms posed grotesquely.
NUMBER SEVENTEENLOUIS TRACY
Every thing was exaggerated and distorted by vague report and by national prejudice.
At the same time, a transformation of the applied energy into heat takes place in the distorted material.
"A diseased and distorted mind is capable of hallucinations, if that is what you mean," observed Sarria.
THE OCTOPUSFRANK NORRIS

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