Distort

Dis·tort' adjective [ Latin distortus , past participle of distorquere to twist, distort; dis- + torquere to twist. See Torsion .] Distorted; misshapen. [ Obsolete] « Her face was ugly and her mouth distort Spenser.
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Distort

Dis·tort' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Distorted ; present participle & verbal noun Distorting .] 1. To twist of natural or regular shape; to twist aside physically; as, to distort the limbs, or the body. ...
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distort

1. To twist of natural or regular shape; to twist aside physically; as, to distort the limbs, or the body. 'Whose face was distorted with pain.' (Thackeray) ... 2. To force or put out of the true posture or direction; to twist aside mentally or morally. 'Wrath and malice, envy and revenge, do darken and distort the understandings of men.' (Tillotso...
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distort

verb alter the shape of (something) by stress; `His body was deformed by leprosy`
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Distort

• (a.) Distorted; misshapen. • (v. t.) To wrest from the true meaning; to pervert; as, to distort passages of Scripture, or their meaning. • (v. t.) To force or put out of the true posture or direction; to twist aside mentally or morally. • (v. t.) To twist of natural or regular shape; to twist aside physically; as, to distort t...
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distort

make false by mutilation or addition
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distort

twist and press out of shape
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