Definition of distortedly in English:

distortedly

adverb

See distorted

  • ‘It also misses the ways in which IT, being a medium and a tool, must distortedly reflect, like a cracked mirror, the larger priorities of society.’
  • ‘Meanwhile, the residential property market already is complaining of distortedly high prices.’
  • ‘The deliberate ‘El Camino’ is as spacious as Grandaddy's ‘El Caminos in the West’ and as distortedly anthemic as the last few bars of Radiohead's ‘Creep’.’
  • ‘A commitment to legalism can never substitute for a commitment to the ideals law distortedly symbolizes.’
  • ‘As he began to perform to his posing music, voice-over obscenities blared distortedly from the speakers.’