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used in The 100

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twist or bend to an unnatural shape — something such as the human body, a facial expression, or the truth
  • She glanced at Thalia, whose face was still contorted in pain.
    p. 132.9
  • Lilly's face contorted in pain, and Clarke reached for her hand.
    p. 284.1
  • The hurt and horror that would contort her delicate features, just as they'd done countless times over the past two years.
    p. 306.6

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