Change and Distortion


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Change noun – The act, process, or result of making different.
Usage example: the positive change in our students' attitude toward people who are somehow different was a long and gradual process

Distortion and change are semantically related in alteration topic. In some cases you can use "Distortion" instead a noun "Change".
Nearby Words: changeable, changed, changing, changeful, changeless
Synonyms for Change


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Distortion noun – The twisting of something out of its natural or normal shape or condition.
Change and distortion are semantically related in tampering topic. Sometimes you can use "Change" instead a noun "Distortion".
Nearby Words: distort, distorted, distorting, distorter, distortionless
Synonyms for Distortion

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similar similar change similar distortion
true true change true distortion
visible visible change visible distortion
massive massive change massive distortion
Other adjectives: large, extreme, slight, gradual, deliberate, noticeable, permanent, temporary, occasional, visual, cultural.

Both words in one sentence

  • The castle's other paintings also appear to change depending on your sanity level; this usually manifests as distortion in the figures' faces and the addition of skeletons in the scene.
  • Changes in time create a temporal distortion that travels only forward in time from the moment of the change.
  • Temporal Paradox Raziel is walking around with his own soul clinging to his arm, and thus he's a walking paradox, the only person with free will that has the power to change history freely because he creates a temporal distortion wherever he goes.
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