Definition of perversion
Origin of perversion
OTHER WORDS FROM perversionnon·per·ver·sion, noun
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Under Lynch’s guidance, the underlying strangeness of Dune was able to thrive in all of its beauty and perversion.Why Filmmakers From David Lynch to Denis Villeneuve Have Struggled to Adapt Dune|Sarah Kurchak|October 20, 2021|Time
The film falls squarely in that stretch of years when Hollywood had fallen under the heel of the Production Code, which, starting in 1934 forbade, among other obscenities, “any inference of sex perversion.”
Perversion is morbid alteration of function which may occur in emotional, intellectual, or volitional fields.Applied Psychology for Nurses|Mary F. Porter
Perversion, misuse and abuse of our human powers should give us cause enough to be ashamed.The Pursuit of God|A. W. Tozer
Perversion—prolixity, repetition, and excessive amplification.
Perversion—drinking in excessive quantities; drunkenness; and unquenchable thirst.
Perversion—superstition; witchcraft; and with Cautiousness large, fear of ghosts.