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Our television reception is really bad, so the image is quite distortedWhen people talk about an argument they had, they usually distort the truth a bit to make it look like it wasn't their fault.

Our television reception is really bad, so the image is quite distorted.

There's something wrong with our cassette recorder; we tried to record our conversation, and everything was so distorted that we couldn't even understand ourselves.

The amount of distortion on the radio depends on how strong the signal is.

She always distorts everything I say in order to make me look bad.

The sound coming from the stereo is really distorted because the speakers are in rough shape.

His face was distorted with rage.

The water distorted the size of the fish, so they looked enormous.

G. C. Lichtenberg once remarked that the most dangerous of all falsehoods is a slightly distorted truth.

I love the distortion on the guitar in that song; it sounds so cool!

Vehicles may be closer than they appear in your car mirrors because the glass used to make these mirrors can distort your view.

Recent studies indicate that a person's recollection of past events may become distorted by the individual's current beliefs about him or herself.

Many young women have a distorted view of their body.

The badly distorted television picture was hard on my eyes.

Experts say that men all over the world distort the teachings of Islam and Christianity to justify abusing their wives and daughters.

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