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distort
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Jane Eyre
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  • "In course!" he exclaimed, with a twang of voice and a distortion of features equally fantastic and ludicrous.
  • I saw Mr. Rochester shudder: a singularly marked expression of disgust, horror, hatred, warped his countenance almost to distortion; but he only said — "Come, be silent, Richard, and never mind her gibberish: don’t repeat it."
  • And what a distortion in your judgment, what a perversity in your ideas, is proved by your conduct!

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  • These sunglasses distort my vision.
  • She has a distorted view of the world.

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