distortion

[ dih-stawr-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF distortion

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Watch and remodel details if any distortion attends the drying process.

This distortion of the story is true to the traditions of legend-making.

It results in impoverishment and distortion and subsequent deficiency.

To feel for others what they do not feel for themselves is a distortion of sympathy which often afflicts me.

It was the ready exemplar of American distortion and absurdity in the domain of Art.

He had been killed outright, and there was no distortion of feature.

Men like you are so twisted and distorted in mind that they cannot recognise their own distortion.

Is this strange necessity of doing that which I object to, a distortion of my brain?

Like ancient maps made to satisfy a conqueror, they amuse by their distortion.

The weight prevents the shrivelling and distortion of the plants.

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