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distort
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Anna Karenina
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  • They pounce on the idea, and distort it, and then work it out so pettily and unworthily.
  • "You’ve simply borrowed an idea that’s not your own, but you’ve distorted it, and are trying to apply it where it’s not applicable."
  • All one has to do is not spoil children, not to distort their nature, and they’ll be delightful.
  • She had broadened out all over, and in her face at the time when she was speaking of the actress there was an evil expression of hatred that distorted it.
  • In the place where it had been was something that was fearful in its strained distortion and in the sounds that came from it.

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

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