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Synonyms for pervert

Synonyms for pervert

to use wrongly and improperly

to give an inaccurate view of by representing falsely or misleadingly

one whose sexual behavior differs from the accepted norm

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O fato e que o campo simbolico, da linguagem, ao perverter a ordem biologica, permite as mais variadas atribuicoes de valores ao comportamento, como pudemos observar ate aqui.
O honesto, e demonstrativo, o sentencioso, e o veemente, o louvor da virtude, a repreensao do vicio influi com mais autoridade na parabola, que na Historia, porque seu Autor com maior independencia, e com menos atencoes nao designa as pessoas, nem perverter os tempos.
Just as Augustine begins De Civitate Dei with a discussion of the earthly distortions of Satan, so Milton begins with Satan's announcement of his role as the perverter of good, "one of Augustine's favorite ways of describing Satan as well" (49).
Next, Napolitano outlines the frightening claims to power of President Lincoln, calling him "the Great Perverter of the Constitution" for closing down hundreds of newspapers, unilaterally suspending habeas corpus (the right of a detained person to be brought before a court to determine the legality of the detention), and using the military to arrest and try civilians.
You are a kangaroo artist, a distorter and perverter of law and justice, who rousts and railroads innocent victims of crimes at the hands of convicted and professional perjurers.
Claridge had the "power and the control", as the perverter from the outset, providing the girls to King.
Claridge had the "power and the control" as the perverter from the outset, providing the girls to King, she said.
Again, poetry for the sake of poetry is probably the biggest perverter of poetry today.
In passages such as these, there seems little resemblance to the other images of woman as dominator, perverter, and wrecker.
The assistant attorney for the perverter side wrote in her summation, "I also believed that the judge helped the preservers more and kind of left us in the dark.
Notice, for example, the linguistic conflict between Sancho and Don Quijote: "confound you for a perverter of good language