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So too, the superficial impressions of the Dujail trial are frequently based on misperceptions or deliberate distortions.

Not irritation and gooeyness but rather sharp knife-like pain, intense sensitivity to light, and marked vision distortions.

To their credit, Aiden and Michel freely acknowledge the distortions inherent in their device.

In the film, you show Tim discovering one of these distortions: the Seahorse Smile.

It is also likely that all of them contain at best, distortions and, at worst, outright falsehoods.

Badly constructed desks cause eye-strain and marked distortions of the spine.

The thousand distortions of her whole body showed how the dogs of hell were gnawing at her heart.

But let them not mistake deformity, vicious shape, unnatural and injurious attitudes, and hurtful distortions for beauty.

It occurs among the stigmata of degeneracy, and is not rarely associated with grave moral defects and intellectual distortions.

It is evident, at a glance, whence the distortions of these cripples come; they all look exactly alike.


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to distortions, such as: lie, exaggeration, misinterpretation, misstatement, bias, and misuse.

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