Third-person singular simple present indicative form of contort. (verb)
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Use "contorts" in a sentence
"The overwhelming majority of those strikes come when a player leaps and contorts his body to connect with a pass from a teammate that is too high, or behind, to be dealt with in a straightforward manner."
"Equipped with an improved serve, a formidable return of serve and a body that coils and contorts in seemingly impossible ways, Mr. Djokovic followed up his success in Australia with wins in Indian Wells, Calif., and in Miami, where he defeated Mr. Nadal in consecutive finals."
"Another contraction contorts my body, and the uncontrollable spasm wreaks havoc."