distortable

ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of having the meaning altered or twisted
    our words are distortable things--as in a crooked mirror held up to nature
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How To Use distortable In A Sentence

  • Topology'there was a fertile field for intellectual riddlesi Shapes that were infinitely distortable without sacrificing their fundamental qualities. Blue Adept
  • our words are distortable things--as in a crooked mirror held up to nature
  • I suppose that, at the beginning of this chapter, one had the notion that, by hard scratching through musty old records we might rake up vague, more than doubtful data, distortable into what's called evidence of unrecognized worlds or constructions of planetary size -- The Book of the Damned
  • For other accounts, all indefinite, but distortable into data of wheel-like objects in the sky, see _Nature_, 22-617; London _Times_, The Book of the Damned
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