from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of torque.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Wreathed; twisted.
- adj. Twisted; bent; -- said of a dolphin haurient, which forms a figure like the letter S.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Twisted; convoluted.
- Twisted like a rope: said of metal-work.
- In heraldry, same as targant.
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But I'm kind of torqued by all this cross-franchising that's been happening lately.
Now he's talking about stripping off one wall in the living room, too, so he can realign the two halves of this doorway that's gotten kind of torqued by the settling.
Actually, we haven't encountered any problem bringing limited amounts of produce into the country .... for a while they were kind of torqued about meat products.
I already had to do that to subscribe to their site in the first place, so I’m kind of torqued that I have to do it again.
"It's got all the bells and whistles of a great, signature CBS procedural, but it's torqued a little bit," said Nina Tassler , CBS's entertainment president.
He gathered all the strength he had, grabbed Magarac's wrist with both hands, torqued it fiercely, and watched as the bearded man pitched out of the jeep.
He analogized entropy -- psychic/physical/sexual -- in gorgeous, assaulting, crevassing paint limning bodies torqued by forces inside and outside of them.
There, amid torqued stanchions, lay a limp figure, pierced in many places and bloodless.
A treelike steel column with three torqued branches supports the cantilever, adding a structural necessity that looks like sculpture.
At this crucial moment, Picasso groped backward, imitating the Farnese Hercules statue he had seen on a trip to Naples, or the torqued nudes created by the 19th century neoclassicist Ingres.