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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpervertedper‧vert‧ed /pəˈvɜːtɪd $ pərˈvɜːr-/ adjective  1 BAD BEHAVIOUR OR ACTIONSmorally wrong He derives a perverted pleasure from hurting other people. the perverted logic of terrorism2 SYsexually unacceptable or unnatural
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pervertedLocal church leaders described the ceremony as "sick and perverted."They saw the affection she had for such an old man as unnatural and possibly perverted.The rituals of the past are perverted and decayed.The newspaper has described the killer as perverted and sexually deviant.Have you aided other men in their perverted follies?They editorialized with barely concealed racism on the influx of perverted foreign religions.With perverted hope I wondered if with time love might fail, and all the pain ease.the perverted logic of Nazi propagandaThe perverted originality of Iago's ruse, now linked to a cause, thereby loses its lurid gleam.Yet their deeds have the same perverted outcome.The Wasp Factory, his astonishing debut, was a kind of perverted pastoral.perverted sexual practices
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