Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


See that all filling is firm but not packed in to the point of distorting the skin.

His eyes looked at me from behind the distorting negative lenses.

Why suppose that by distorting reality we get it in shape to affirm of reality?

They've been distorting the truth, and the truth is to his credit.

A hell of vapour, distorting sight; a hell of sound, drowning the soul.

Some of Benjy's ideas were as "catching" and distorting as the mumps.

"Certainly," Will answered, distorting the truth with perfect recklessness.

As she spoke she felt that her smarting scorn was distorting her face.

Yes; you are distorting her the other way—making her too inhumanly worldly and insincere.

The marquis, leaning on his cane, was distorting his lips and wrinkling his eyebrows.