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distort
used in The Screwtape Letters

2 uses
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Definition
to alter something in an unnatural or untrue way
  • In other words, the humans are to be encouraged to regard as the basis for marriage a highly-coloured and distorted version of something the Enemy really promises as its result.
    Chapter 18 (83% in)
  • Some rumour of it has reached the humans and a distorted account of it appears in the poet Milton, with the ridiculous addition that such changes of shape are a "punishment" imposed on us by the Enemy.
    Chapter 22 (89% in)

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