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distort
used in The Horse Whisperer

4 uses
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Definition
to alter something in an unnatural or untrue way
  • But the blurred mirror was giving her back a distorted, pink abstraction of herself, like a Francis Bacon painting, and Annie found it so disturbing that she turned off the light and went quickly back into the bedroom.
    Two (92% in)
  • Suddenly Grace turned on her, her face savage and distorted.
    Thirteen (84% in)
  • Grace looked at him and her face was all distorted with the pain of knowing what might have been and at last the tears came.
    Twenty (35% in)
  • She propped herself up on her elbows as if to bolster a rage already made worse by the tears distorting her face.
    Twenty-three (85% in)

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