- not truly or completely representing the facts or reality; misrepresented; false: She has a distorted view of life.
- twisted; deformed; misshapen.
- mentally or morally twisted, as with an aberration or bias: He has a distorted sense of values.
Origin of distorted
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Examples from the Web for undistorted
Her undistorted feet were the most beautiful of all, but she did not know that.Rose of Dutcher's Coolly
You know as much as you once did, and the information is up to date, correct and undistorted.Forget Me Nearly
Floyd L. Wallace
The other chapters fill in what I hope is an undistorted picture of the potential beauties and realities of marriage.Married Love
Marie Carmichael Stopes
And in fact this particular index in human skulls varies from about 58 to 90 in undistorted examples (fig. 4).
His narrative never stands out in that "dry light" which Bacon so commends, the light of undistorted and clear Truth.Modern Leaders: Being a Series of Biographical Sketches