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The force of the explosion had twisted the metal.
She sat there twisting her handkerchief into a knot.
Guy’s mouth twisted into a wry smile.
She twisted her ring as she spoke.
Can you twist the cap off this bottle?
I’ve twisted my ankle so I won’t be able to play.
He twisted vines round the logs to make a raft.
Her hair was twisted into a plait on top of her head.
From here, a narrow road twists up to Alwinton.
The path twists and turns up the mountainside.
‘How he twisted things to suit himself!’ she thought angrily.
You’re twisting my words. You know that’s not what I meant.
Sanders twisted in his chair to look out of the window.
Stretch up, and twist your body round to the right.