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Pronunciation:

[twˈɪst], [twˈɪst], [t_w_ˈɪ_s_t]
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Synonyms for Twist:

dance (noun) bend (verb) convolute (verb) misinterpret (verb) pervert (verb) rotate (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Twist:

  • turkist,
  • taist,
  • rwist,
  • tinist,
  • tkotwist,
  • twistie,
  • twicew,
  • vitist,
  • twiht,
  • towist,
  • trista,
  • twostory,
  • twised,
  • twisten,
  • thewest,
  • tweest,
  • wisit,
  • torist,
  • twiest,
  • twilite,
  • natwest,
  • tewst1,
  • nortwest,
  • towest,
  • queitwosnt,
  • twoty,
  • twight,
  • tovisit,
  • taiste,
  • newist,
  • tewst,
  • terst,
  • towasrd,
  • twistedly,
  • twoice,
  • tist,
  • tlast,
  • twisited,
  • twise,
  • twiisted,
  • twitt,
  • tweice,
  • tmust,
  • twis,
  • twitte,
  • tansit,
  • tyrst,
  • twst,
  • twias,
  • twiice,
  • tiwst,
  • twaht,
  • trist,
  • twiced,
  • viist,
  • turst,
  • twict,
  • tohst,
  • wiset,
  • lowist,
  • twasn't,
  • twioce,
  • towosn,
  • twointy,
  • twiested,
  • tesit,
  • twesday,
  • twitsted,
  • tri1st,
  • twite,
  • touist,
  • tirst,
  • tjust,
  • tecst,
  • tolist,
  • taosist,
  • tlist,
  • twissted,
  • tekst,
  • twinty,
  • twistin,
  • tosit,
  • tristy,
  • tiwice,
  • twett,
  • twitce,
  • twebty,
  • twiste,
  • twish,
  • twistinb,
  • wist,
  • towice,
  • tweight,
  • taisty,
  • twest,
  • twisitng,
  • twsit,
  • teist,
  • adwised,
  • jewist,
  • terist,
  • twats,
  • twicee,
  • twitsed,
  • twisintg,
  • twistingg,
  • tworst.

Rhymes for Twist:

  1. missed, gist, mist, hissed, midst, kissed, wrist, fist, resist, list, liszt, persist, subsist, cyst;
  2. desist, exist, dismissed, assist, consist, enlist, insist;
  3. preexist, coexist, reminisced;

Quotes for Twist:

  1. Also there is a twist to the story as I'm being haunted and driven crazy, attacked and so on. All I seem to do is run and scream and cry in every scene. Bo Derek.
  2. And finally I twist my heart round again, so that the bad is on the outside and the good is on the inside, and keep on trying to find a way of becoming what I would so like to be, and could be, if there weren't any other people living in the world. Anne Frank.
  3. I have no qualifications to do anything else and there weren't any formal application forms you had to fill in for stand -up, so I thought I'd give that a twist Dylan Moran.

Idioms of Twist:

  1. twist sm's words ( around);
  2. twist sth into sth;
  3. get your knickers in a twist

Adjectives for Twist:

  • quirky, unexpected,
  • latest macabre,
  • powerful rightward,
  • instantaneous leftward,
  • wry painful,
  • faint humorous,
  • stunningly ironic,
  • shy and rueful,
  • mass-audience,
  • modern, mass-audience,
  • occa\-sional ironic,
  • deliciously unique,
  • once-fashionable french,
  • ly powerful,
  • quick, lateral,
  • sinister left-hand,
  • final mnemonic,
  • slight cruel,
  • particularly comic,
  • newest and most controversial,
  • old squirmy,
  • helluva new,
  • neat automatic,
  • supple, serpentine,
  • neat structural,
  • clever unexpected,
  • slight, sexy,
  • little propulsive,
  • cruel and sardonic,
  • vicious wrenching,
  • extra, sickening,
  • curious classical,
  • unusual, unsuspected,
  • cruel, surprising,
  • neat vicious,
  • shockingly quick and agile,
  • shockingly quick,
  • quirky and inventive,
  • nonsensical final,
  • occasional sexy,
  • uneasy, familiar,
  • decidedly underwater,
  • unfortunately underage,
  • sharp, inner,
  • sudden practised,
  • faint lilting,
  • delicious ironic,
  • sharp feminist,
  • slight arrogant,
  • hard, aphrodisiacal,
  • cute, unique,
  • next unbelievable,
  • distinct satiric,
  • incredible serpentine,
  • molly fabulous,
  • simple but flattering,
  • ultimate ironic,
  • thick, open-ended,
  • ironic downward,
  • subtle but highly original,
  • regal french,
  • odd tight,
  • icy, internal,
  • tiny and unforeseen,
  • savage, final,
  • peculiar patriotic,
  • unnecessary feminine,
  • inborn and incurable,
  • individual, quaint,
  • obstinately fortuitous,
  • peculiarly naive,
  • grave and confidential,
  • occasional crepe,
  • twice zweimal,
  • sudden cunning,
  • general serpentine,
  • desperate acrobatic,
  • entire wicked,
  • archi\-tectural,
  • odd contorted,
  • powerful wrenching,
  • impossibly cruel,
  • sad ironic,
  • double axial,
  • quick and crafty,
  • tidy french,
  • ironic dark,
  • brutal, dark,
  • naive local,
  • clever, rapid,
  • elegantly casual,
  • violent, agonizing,
  • faint quizzical,
  • cool sardonic,
  • anunusual,
  • next savage,
  • daringly simple,
  • pleasant or surprising,
  • slow sexy,
  • customary french,
  • small, condescending,
  • quick rotary,
  • intensely cruel,
  • final ironic,
  • quick, funny,
  • untidy french,
  • rebellious, defiant,
  • new and most unwelcome,
  • final, savage,
  • severe french,
  • little sadistic,
  • faint french,
  • hard, agonizing,
  • final sickening,
  • refreshingly original,
  • familiar cynical,
  • somewhat convulsive,
  • slight, disdainful,
  • unexpected final,
  • bitter, unpleasant,
  • now automatic,
  • occasional wry,
  • long sodden,
  • new, unpleasant,
  • tiny, quick,
  • sharp defensive,
  • hard circular,
  • needlessly harsh,
  • quick lithe,
  • already flaming,
  • latest strange,
  • bizarre and grotesque,
  • cruel, unnatural,
  • quick, forceful,
  • quick, skillful,
  • short vicious,
  • last, convulsive,
  • tropical,
  • neat, professional,
  • last ironic,
  • glorious final,
  • sharp, wrenching,
  • single muscular,
  • little jaunty,
  • final hasty,
  • swift graceful,
  • little quizzical,
  • almost quizzical,
  • fresh and exciting,
  • quick but gentle,
  • last outrageous,
  • faintly cynical,
  • crisp hot,
  • faintly humorous,
  • little perverse,
  • thin braided,
  • sudden, random,
  • sinister new,
  • sudden sinister,
  • quick savage,
  • bizarre genetic,
  • quick, catlike,
  • sharp, violent,
  • quick and merciful,
  • sudden gentle,
  • single, sudden,
  • unique new,
  • hard, unhappy,
  • sharp french,
  • little ironic,
  • tiny insignificant,
  • odd, unnatural,
  • bitter, sardonic,
  • queer crooked,
  • sudden and peculiar,
  • quick and agile,
  • new and uncomfortable,
  • single easy,
  • usual sour,
  • quizzical little,
  • final, violent,
  • neat modern,
  • same enigmatic,
  • sudden brutal,
  • slight lateral,
  • single wrong,
  • now habitual,
  • decidedly feminine,
  • little important,
  • broad, rocky,
  • single savage,
  • last savage,
  • cruel, bitter,
  • particularly tricky,
  • next wild,
  • sudden, wrenching,
  • sudden, painful,
  • odd small,
  • sudden grim,
  • all-woman,
  • somewhat ironical,
  • particularly vigorous,
  • truly fascinating,
  • particularly foul,
  • simple french,
  • vleitaal,
  • slight verbal,
  • perfect french,
  • strange sudden,
  • fierce, cruel,
  • sharp cold,
  • final triumphant,
  • more horrifying,
  • certain cynical,
  • little wise,
  • sadistic little,
  • rather humorous,
  • sudden vicious,
  • almost dramatic,
  • aphrodisiacal,
  • little crazy,
  • quick, efficient,
  • last strange,
  • deft little,
  • little humorous,
  • curious psychological,
  • delightful new,
  • unusually hard,
  • single swift,
  • sudden, quick,
  • bone-weary,
  • final little,
  • more explosive,
  • rightward,
  • fine double,
  • final, fatal,
  • bijgeval,
  • single quick,
  • final, desperate,
  • subtle little,
  • original little,
  • curious literary,
  • sudden, swift,
  • long, silvery,
  • rather neat,
  • whimsical little,
  • extra little,
  • same graceful,
  • wistful little,
  • quick nervous,
  • sharp, hard,
  • fascinating new,
  • entirely fresh,
  • faustian,
  • pejorative,
  • little sick,
  • squirmy,
  • extra-dimensional,
  • more forceful,
  • sick little,
  • highly original,
  • beautiful french,
  • own brilliant,
  • slow and painful,
  • more frightening,
  • same sharp,
  • interesting historical,
  • quick mental,
  • off-balance,
  • same odd,
  • physical or moral,
  • thin, black,
  • unpleasant little,
  • strange and sudden,
  • self-deprecating,
  • rather pathetic,
  • more vicious,
  • ragged black,
  • topological,
  • same delicate,
  • propulsive,
  • mischievous little,
  • last wild,
  • upbeat,
  • small sharp,
  • crazy little,
  • underage,
  • same peculiar,
  • wholly unexpected,
  • little mental,
  • more artistic,
  • certain peculiar,
  • open-ended,
  • nervous little,
  • more dramatic,
  • little innocent,
  • totally unexpected,
  • hot little,
  • graceful little,
  • animal-like,
  • squeamish,
  • snooty,
  • long, thick,
  • hard little,
  • supremely skillful,
  • extra psychological,
  • gruesome ironic,
  • little overhand,
  • fabulous paranormal,
  • gratuitous little,
  • psy-cho-logical,
  • properly knotted,
  • affectionate, sceptical,
  • brutal wrenching,
  • simple and balanced,
  • slight and deft,
  • sardonic one-sided,
  • sharp, skilled,
  • slight lustful,
  • bitter, grim,
  • deft and offensive,
  • descendental,
  • improper and even disgusting,
  • miraculous and subtle,
  • queer regrettable,
  • feebly humorous,
  • wistful and comically pathetic,
  • organically morbid,
  • restless and frequent,
  • plausible but impossible,
  • slight piratical,
  • uncomfortable but thoroughly orthodox,
  • absurd logical,
  • strangest logical,
  • sudden inconceivable,
  • quick, melodramatic,
  • unconsciously comical,
  • deft and fatal,
  • unfortunate, crooked,
  • unaccustomed facial,
  • ludicrously wry,
  • quick skilful,
  • lurid, malevolent,
  • somewhat maladroit,
  • provokingly obstinate,
  • slow, speculative,
  • invisible but delicate,
  • bad and unexpected,
  • downward, rotary,
  • cynical insolent,
  • backward nervous,
  • extra devilish,
  • surreptitious and unavailing,
  • comprehensive voluptuous,
  • awkward tasteless,
  • suspicious, contemptuous,
  • insolent, upturned,
  • disagreeable scornful,
  • final fascinating,
  • ignorant and unsettled,
  • terrible, ironic,
  • sudden and very sharp,
  • decidedly european,
  • single dextrous,
  • slight, disagreeable,
  • instinctively effective,
  • large, sugared,
  • curious, repellent,
  • all-important new,
  • last alluring,
  • semiconical,
  • sharp, neat,
  • fantastic and humorous,
  • sudden supple,
  • irresistibly quaint,
  • single skilful,
  • odd cynical,
  • lower triple,
  • last unaccountable,
  • characteristic spiral,
  • brief wry,
  • quick overhead,
  • quick, wrenching,
  • faintly wicked,
  • queer quick,
  • queer inner,
  • brief ironic,
  • interesting cosmological,
  • truly ironic,
  • sleek french,
  • odd, fastidious,
  • odd wistful,
  • queer psychic,
  • deliciously whimsical,
  • sharp but gentle,
  • least decorative,
  • hideous psychological,
  • intractable little,
  • rather playful,
  • own interpretative,
  • certain contemporaneous,
  • curious grim,
  • decidedly pessimistic,
  • curious and furious,
  • dead false,
  • same rueful,
  • subtle, keen,
  • brief, mirthless,
  • random useless,
  • hilarious new,
  • profound organic,
  • frightful new,
  • sudden lithe,
  • sudden and foolish,
  • sudden deft,
  • certain doleful,
  • soft, sickening,
  • sad and rueful,
  • sudden evil,
  • final careful,
  • odd psychic,
  • better naval,
  • peculiar grammatical,
  • old, cynical,
  • slight humorous,
  • eternal french,
  • smooth french,
  • normal french,
  • sudden humorous,
  • comically pathetic,
  • sudden, absurd,
  • slightly unnatural,
  • peculiar scientific,
  • less shy,
  • graceful double,
  • small, thoughtful,
  • rapid, vigorous,
  • slight german,
  • curious formal,
  • smooth, slow,
  • slightly comic,
  • rapid circular,
  • next happy,
  • same deft,
  • little slippery,
  • final, frantic,
  • such metaphorical,
  • thoroughly orthodox,
  • swift, subtle,
  • inexplicable mental,
  • fine ethical,
  • semi-sentimental,
  • quick professional,
  • usual humorous,
  • ould irish,
  • quick, neat,
  • neat double,
  • usual extraordinary,
  • quick convulsive,
  • faintly contemptuous,
  • lack-a-daisical,
  • rough and cruel,
  • single unfortunate,
  • little cynical,
  • sharp, stern,
  • sudden and simultaneous,
  • final hard,
  • extremely unfavorable,
  • well practised,
  • single vicious,
  • sweetest possible,
  • truly surprising,
  • totally incomprehensible,
  • sardonic little,
  • uneasy little,
  • sudden curious,
  • slightly humorous,
  • black irish,
  • spiritual or intellectual,
  • strange moral,
  • old whimsical,
  • strange romantic,
  • sudden wrenching,
  • little scornful,
  • certain quick,
  • misshapen little,
  • hard, uncompromising,
  • same cynical,
  • new high-tech,
  • same neat,
  • queer foreign,
  • great spiral,
  • little significant,
  • curious local,
  • strong irish,
  • somewhat humorous,
  • lovely french,
  • quick double,
  • sharp, swift,
  • particularly disagreeable,
  • especially hard,
  • sarcastic little,
  • sudden, savage,
  • strong and sudden,
  • somewhat unfortunate,
  • new and astonishing,
  • violent and sudden,
  • good tight,
  • somewhat complex,
  • genuine french,
  • next good,
  • rather comical,
  • new and disturbing,
  • insolent little,
  • old wise,
  • single hard,
  • uncomfortable little,
  • humorous little,
  • sudden hard,
  • little bitter,
  • little double,
  • sudden quick,
  • remarkable new,
  • slow steady,
  • still sharper,
  • early dutch,
  • same formal,
  • strong muscular,
  • final desperate,
  • funniest little,
  • occasional slight,
  • long spiral,
  • single powerful,
  • rough, hard,
  • more secular,
  • still harder,
  • crimson and yellow,
  • highly personal,
  • quick, hard,
  • strong brown,
  • peculiar mental,
  • hard, bitter,
  • last and final,
  • last, desperate,
  • major new,
  • quick sharp,
  • affectionate little,
  • mighty small,
  • ingenious little,
  • certain familiar,
  • particularly vicious,
  • strange mental,
  • dry little,
  • sudden violent,
  • parrot-like,
  • unhappy little,
  • powerful new,
  • more disturbing,
  • last terrible,
  • sudden fierce,
  • two-and-a-half,
  • purple and white,
  • pseudo-scientific,
  • leaner,
  • more imaginative,
  • wide flat,
  • hard, dry,
  • quite unnecessary,
  • heavy dark,
  • shrewder,
  • shy little,
  • quick, sharp,
  • mirthless,
  • certain mental,
  • overhand,
  • interpretative,
  • cut-rate,
  • much deeper,
  • anti-semitic,
  • new and different,
  • maladroit,
  • anti-christian,
  • sycophantic,
  • osseous,
  • big, fat,
  • evocative,
  • more cruel,
  • broad flat,
  • asymmetrical,
  • more dreadful,
  • compensatory,
  • tightest,
  • uncivil,
  • allowable,
  • idiosyncratic,
  • smallest possible,
  • machiavellian,
  • more painful,
  • god-forsaken,
  • corrective,
  • three-fold,
  • sci-fi,
  • cosmological,
  • premonitory,
  • psychopathic,
  • antic,
  • consequential,
  • gymnastic,
  • rare old,
  • snake-like,
  • bittersweet,
  • merry little,
  • pathetic little,
  • limber,
  • delightful little,
  • damn good,
  • classy,
  • great natural,
  • long, slow,
  • herculean,
  • unavailing,
  • perky,
  • fine large,
  • sugared,
  • combative,
  • lecherous,
  • long green,
  • feminist,
  • subtle, flirtatious,
  • sinfully sensuous,
  • malign, nightmarish,
  • cruel downward,
  • wry, rueful,
  • wry ironic,
  • distinctively metaphysical and speculative,
  • distinctively metaphysical,
  • curious stubborn,
  • casual, unconcerned,
  • decidedly cruel,
  • sharp and conscious,
  • metaphysical and speculative,
  • odd sardonic,
  • compact metallic,
  • quick vicious,
  • subtly humorous,
  • loose french,
  • particularly ironic,
  • usual wry,
  • quick and skillful,
  • deceptively easy,
  • peculiarly awkward,
  • little inquiring,
  • tight french,
  • strange, irresistible,
  • sudden and arbitrary,
  • sudden, convulsive,
  • decidedly modern,
  • scary little,
  • little petulant,
  • little ironical,
  • quick, savage,
  • sudden convulsive,
  • cruel and vindictive,
  • hard, quick,
  • extra hard,
  • slight little,
  • last sharp,
  • rather cynical,
  • usual french,
  • sudden desperate,
  • somewhat grim,
  • rather abrupt,
  • little odd,
  • certain psychological,
  • tricky little,
  • rather bitter,
  • sweet wild,
  • more surprising,
  • feeble little,
  • heavenward,
  • addictive,
  • almost impossible,
  • barely perceptible,
  • epigrammatic,
  • certain natural,
  • unconcerned,
  • denominational,
  • acrobatic,
  • unanticipated,
  • inextricable,
  • sad little,
  • incautious,
  • nonchalant,
  • rotary,
  • illustrative,
  • paranormal,
  • satiric,
  • inadvertent,
  • narrowest,
  • knotty,
  • surreal,
  • strange little,
  • negligent,
  • maudlin,
  • malign,
  • nightmarish,
  • bitterly crafty,
  • graceful, slow-motion,
  • maddeningly ironic,
  • interesting and modern,
  • unfortunate crooked,
  • final dextrous,
  • invariably neat,
  • dark, double,
  • slight spiral,
  • sudden wry,
  • hard cynical,
  • broad provincial,
  • slight ironic,
  • nice dramatic,
  • slightly pedantic,
  • contemptuous little,
  • quick downward,
  • sudden uneasy,
  • single, powerful,
  • intriguing new,
  • graceful french,
  • neat french,
  • frightening new,
  • original mental,
  • little impatient,
  • exciting little,
  • slightly ironical,
  • sudden, desperate,
  • last cruel,
  • mere simple,
  • decidedly different,
  • strange foreign,
  • sudden little,
  • helical,
  • cruelest,
  • flirtatious,
  • sharp little,
  • disapproving,
  • companionable,
  • evasive,
  • treble,
  • strange new,
  • peremptory,
  • stringent,
  • unsettling,
  • inventive,
  • piratical,
  • macabre,
  • concentric and harmonious,
  • unexpected, devious,
  • extra moral,
  • smug, cat-like,
  • humorous, material,
  • tolerably wonderful,
  • nightmarishly slow,
  • peculiar and expressive,
  • peculiar poetical,
  • sudden singular,
  • unbelievably swift,
  • wry, bitter,
  • single deft,
  • queer mental,
  • little wry,
  • slightly mischievous,
  • quick, vicious,
  • odd mental,
  • quick and violent,
  • certain involuntary,
  • incredibly swift,
  • left-right,
  • grimly humorous,
  • devious little,
  • more intriguing,
  • single sharp,
  • mental or moral,
  • almost savage,
  • right-handed,
  • lightning-like,
  • jocose,
  • sidelong,
  • slow-motion,
  • simple little,
  • inseparable,
  • justifiable,
  • curious little,
  • concentric,
  • temperamental,
  • inquiring,
  • subtler,
  • sharper,
  • peculiar strenuous,
  • good, everyday,
  • familiar wry,
  • familiar enigmatic,
  • odd birdlike,
  • wry little,
  • somewhat comical,
  • slight involuntary,
  • sudden, vicious,
  • bizarre new,
  • great and sudden,
  • peculiar little,
  • vicious little,
  • quick little,
  • catlike,
  • left-handed,
  • congenital,
  • sadistic,
  • meditative,
  • slack,
  • perplexing,
  • momentous,
  • wistful,
  • tricky,
  • strictly impersonal,
  • fiendishly clever,
  • quick, violent,
  • curious mental,
  • such black,
  • gut-wrenching,
  • own original,
  • unsmiling,
  • quizzical,
  • stupid little,
  • effortless,
  • same little,
  • freakish,
  • more delicate,
  • businesslike,
  • unforeseen,
  • facial,
  • enigmatic,
  • impersonal,
  • savage, powerful,
  • quick, irresistible,
  • certain quixotic,
  • utterly unfair,
  • different, stronger,
  • seemingly cruel,
  • purely destructive,
  • elegant french,
  • good sharp,
  • quirky,
  • quixotic,
  • tighter,
  • ghoulish,
  • surreptitious,
  • jaunty,
  • plausible,
  • brittle,
  • unusual four-dimensional,
  • single, sharp,
  • quick hard,
  • humorless,
  • cat-like,
  • birdlike,
  • dissatisfied,
  • slightly different,
  • sceptical,
  • unfair,
  • sulky,
  • devious,
  • vindictive,
  • wry, apologetic,
  • sharp, short,
  • leftward,
  • four-dimensional,
  • skeptical,
  • old familiar,
  • tortuous,
  • intriguing,
  • sensual,
  • genetic,
  • faintly apologetic,
  • bitter little,
  • good hard,
  • sudden sharp,
  • clever little,
  • distasteful,
  • oddest,
  • serpentine,
  • own special,
  • neat little,
  • right-hand,
  • decisive,
  • indescribable,
  • playful,
  • hard, sudden,
  • excruciating,
  • ironical,
  • rhythmic,
  • almost imperceptible,
  • poignant,
  • soggy,
  • miraculous,
  • mischievous,
  • brisk,
  • inordinately powerful,
  • petulant,
  • baffling,
  • arcane dimensional,
  • bright, dense,
  • little extra,
  • supercilious,
  • sarcastic,
  • imperceptible,
  • philosophic,
  • comic,
  • uneasy,
  • poetical,
  • adroit,
  • involuntary,
  • affectionate,
  • frantic,
  • whole new,
  • dextrous,
  • experimental,
  • odd little,
  • abrupt,
  • surprising,
  • apologetic,
  • sinister,
  • agile,
  • perverse,
  • skilful,
  • sinuous,
  • awkward,
  • funny little,
  • impatient,
  • silken,
  • queer little,
  • transdimensional,
  • downward,
  • contemptuous,
  • newest,
  • skillful,
  • cunning,
  • supple,
  • sickening,
  • crooked,
  • wrong,
  • rapid,
  • nasty,
  • painful,
  • swift,
  • vigorous,
  • scornful,
  • desperate,
  • rueful,
  • grim,
  • tight,
  • dimensional,
  • convulsive,
  • bizarre,
  • sour,
  • whimsical,
  • lithe,
  • latest,
  • comical,
  • interesting,
  • wrenching,
  • cynical,
  • dry,
  • clever,
  • neat,
  • subtle,
  • sardonic,
  • double,
  • violent,
  • unexpected,
  • spiral,
  • queer,
  • mental,
  • humorous,
  • curious,
  • hard,
  • cruel,
  • savage,
  • extra,
  • ironic,
  • french,
  • peculiar,
  • vicious,
  • odd,
  • bitter,
  • strange,
  • triple,
  • deft,
  • final,
  • slight,
  • sharp,
  • wry,
  • sudden,
  • quick.
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