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Contorting- Definition:con·tort [k?n táwrt] (past and past participle con·tort·ed, present participle con·tort·ing, 3rd person present singular con·torts)  verb  1.  transitive and intransitive verb twist out of natural shape: to become so twisted as to take on an unnatural or grotesque shape, or to twist something, especially a part of the body, in this way Fear had contorted their faces.   2.  transitive verb make unrecognizable: to change something so greatly that it becomes unrecognizable to contort the truth     [15th century. < Latin contort-, past participle of contorquere

Contorting- Definition:

con·tort [k?n táwrt] (past and past participle con·tort·ed, present participle con·tort·ing, 3rd person present singular con·torts) verb 1. transitive and intransitive verb twist out of natural shape: to become so twisted as to take on an unnatural or grotesque shape, or to twist something, especially a part of the body, in this way Fear had contorted their faces. 2. transitive verb make unrecognizable: to change something so greatly that it becomes unrecognizable to contort the truth [15th century. < Latin contort-, past participle of contorquere "twist violently" < torquere "to twist"] -con·tor·tive, adjective

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