Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of distort.
  • adjective That distorts.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • S. O'BRIEN: Well, after two best-selling books, "Bias" and "Arrogance," that blasted the media for what he calls distorting the news, journalist Bernard Goldberg is turning his pen on a rogues 'gallery of cultural villains in his new book.

    CNN Transcript Jul 6, 2005

  • But Liddy believes it is time to reassess the effectiveness and the need for the support measures and to remove what he calls a distorting effect and a lever by which the majors are tightening their grip on the market - taking over independent non-bank lenders like Wizard and Rams - while foreign banks are packing up and going home.

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  • As economists warn against the danger of a monopoly of industry in distorting and destroying an economy, our two party monopoly on government is causing similar effects on our political system.

    Michael Bendetson: A Silenced Majority

  • As economists warn against the danger of a monopoly of industry in distorting and destroying an economy, our two party monopoly on government is causing similar effects on our political system.

    Michael Bendetson: A Silenced Majority

  • Doctor Hansen has done NASA a big disservice in distorting what NASA's real job should be in the the eyes of legislators and newspaper editorial columnists.

    Jack Schmitt on Global Warming - NASA Watch

  • As economists warn against the danger of a monopoly of industry in distorting and destroying an economy, our two party monopoly on government is causing similar effects on our political system.

    Michael Bendetson: A Silenced Majority

  • As economists warn against the danger of a monopoly of industry in distorting and destroying an economy, our two party monopoly on government is causing similar effects on our political system.

    Michael Bendetson: A Silenced Majority

  • As economists warn against the danger of a monopoly of industry in distorting and destroying an economy, our two party monopoly on government is causing similar effects on our political system.

    Michael Bendetson: A Silenced Majority

  • Anyone who acknowledges these rankings as somewhat valid is complicit in distorting an appropriate world perspective and should feel ashamed.

    Matthew Yglesias » Economic Freedom, Universal Health Care, and Labor Unions

  • As economists warn against the danger of a monopoly of industry in distorting and destroying an economy, our two party monopoly on government is causing similar effects on our political system.

    Michael Bendetson: A Silenced Majority

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