Recent Examples of twisted from the Web
Sharp Objects comes from the brilliant, twisted mind of Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn; the eight-episode series will air in July and is based on Flynn's first novel, published in 2007.
And yet, in high doses and over the long term, patients often experienced tardive dyskinesia, which includes tongue thrusting, lip smacking, restlessness, involuntary movements of arms and legs, which become twisted like pretzels.
The charges against Zuma have a long and twisted history.
But this complex, twisted and ugly power struggle isn't just between them.
Within days, her face—garish and twisted—showed up in an attack ad slamming the Democrat in a Louisiana House race.
Bruce is a journalist for the The Hawkins Post, with questionable morals and a twisted sense of humor.
The twisted ankle pretzel, $15.99, is served with cheddar cheese, jalapeno cheddar and homemade ranch.
The first thought was bloat — a twisted gut, always a possibility for large-chested breeds like his boxer–pit bull mix.
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TWISTED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of twisted for English Language Learners
: strange and unpleasant : not normal
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