Definitions and Examples of distorted, warped, biased
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Pulled or twisted out of shape; misrepresented or falsified.
The photograph was distorted due to the lens's curvature, making the subject appear wider than she was.
Bent or twisted out of shape; having an abnormal or twisted outlook on life.
The wooden board was warped due to moisture, making it difficult to fit into the frame.
Prejudiced in favor of or against something or someone; showing unfairness or partiality.
The journalist's article was biased towards one political party, ignoring the other's achievements.
Key Differences: distorted vs warped vs biased
- 1Distorted refers to something that has been misrepresented or falsified, while warped describes something that has been bent or twisted out of shape.
- 2Biased is a complementary antonym that describes a person or thing that shows unfairness or partiality.
Effective Usage of distorted, warped, biased
- 1Academic Writing: Use these antonyms to describe research findings or data accurately.
- 2Media Literacy: Incorporate these antonyms to analyze news articles or media content for bias or distortion.
- 3Critical Thinking: Utilize these antonyms to evaluate arguments or opinions objectively.
The antonyms of nondistorted are distorted, warped, and biased. Use these words to describe research findings or data accurately, analyze news articles or media content for bias or distortion, and evaluate arguments or opinions objectively.