verb (used with object)
Origin of distort
Examples from the Web for distort
And would-be collectors like Henry Stephenson continue to distort the cultural record in their hunt for hidden treasures.
Saying a word in a different tone can distort or utterly mangle a line.
Or, they could distort the contents of the bill and attack anyone who disagreed with them as a legal Luddite and hysteric.Are Opponents of Arizona's Anti-Gay Law Eager to Deceive?|Kirsten Powers|March 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I have witnessed at first hand how Irving likes to distort things.
So serious is this heat that it can distort a major APUS engine component, the rotor shaft, and cause significant damage.
Ill-constructed benches may not only distort the body, but, by reflex influence, the mind as well.Woodward's Country Homes|George E. Woodward
Everything was done to encourage them, and nothing to suppress, or distort them.Heart and Soul|Victor Mapes (AKA Maveric Post)
To search for hidden unities in the literature of an age is often to distort facts in the interest of theory.Personality in Literature|Rolfe Arnold Scott-James
He protests against its use for controversial pamphlets which distort the truth.
This Administration will not distort the value of the dollar in any fashion.