1. marked by a disposition to oppose and contradict;
2. resistant to guidance or discipline;
3. marked by immorality; deviating from what is considered right or proper or good;
Psychotherapists often take a perverse delight in criticizing other psychotherapists.
In some perverse way the ill-matched partners do actually need each other.
It's perverse of him to buy hot dogs when we want ice - cream .
I find a perverse delight in listening to traffic.
This kind of reasoning is deeply perverse.
It would be perverse to take a different view.
At this movement she felt angry with the perverse Sir James.
I felt a perverse desire to accept his challenge.
Isabel spoke in a manner that might have seemed a little perverse.
This evening Paul had been moody and perverse.
How perverse the gods, she thought.
However tough such a demand sounds, it changes the psychological balance in a perverse way.
After all, were not his own criticisms often questionable and his tastes perverse?
It a perverse and ridiculous intrusion into your relationship.
Yuuzhan Vong technology is bizarre and perverse, though it is nonetheless effective.
There is relatively little information about perverse, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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