Disguise, distortion, and deception were accepted as reality.
The ad is a distortion based on blatantly spliced quotes—and as you might expect, facts are the first casualty.
Radical militants do not represent mainstream Islam; their doctrine reflects a distortion of a great religion.
The hot zone that evening was an afterparty for distortion, a group show at the Gervasuti Foundation on the Fondamenta S. Anna.
It is the duty of TV anchors and journalists to point out that distortion every single time it is uttered.
No distortion of countenance, or aukward behaviour; no absence of mind; but to keep the Graces always in remembrance.
Men like you are so twisted and distorted in mind that they cannot recognise their own distortion.
The strife of thought in the unhappy girl who listened to this distortion of her meaning could find no vent in words.
Is this strange necessity of doing that which I object to, a distortion of my brain?
In the case of Germany the distortion of facts was deliberate and monstrous.
distortion dis·tor·tion (dĭ-stôr'shən)
A twisting out of normal shape or form.
A psychological defense mechanism that helps to repress or disguise unacceptable thoughts.