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For further assets, he possessed one eye and a twisted smile.

He twisted himself around in the seat and sat looking at her.

Relieved of her burden, she rose and went to the poor, twisted foot.

The nose was but a gaping orifice above a deformed and twisted mouth.

I've done it over fifty times, and twisted it every way I can think of.

She twisted her hands away from him, and came down the steps to her aunt.

Good Indian twisted a wisp of mane in his fingers, and frowned abstractedly.

When Betty came back with the tea-tray, her hair was twisted up.

There was a struggle in her maimed arm as she twisted it away, but there was none in her face.

At this all laughed but Little John and Robin, who twisted up his face.

WORD ORIGIN

"perverted, mentally strange," 1900, from twist (n.) in a sense of "mental peculiarity, perversion" first attested 1811.

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