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- adj. Not warped
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not warped; hence, not biased; impartial.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not warped; not biased; impartial; unbiased. Thomson, Spring.
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If you want your children to grow up unwarped by Hollywood, will it help to write a book keeps taking swipes at their grandmother?
It is a relief to find the remembered intimacy unwarped by time. www. twitter.com/janiceharayda
The walls had been painted desert beige, the trim was white, and the hardwood floor was scuffed but unwarped.
Let me have young boon companions, witty, unwarped by prejudice, merry to the verge of madness!
Escaping relatively unwarped from Rick Jenkins' mesmeric power, he's had a nice career, written some truly inspired stand-up best "Ladies, tell me if this is true" line ever and also been way ahead of the curve with his web presence.
Apparently casting those big strips of metal so they are as unwarped as possible is quite a complicated task.
However, at the date and in the part of the world now dealt with, this great free-trader enjoyed the warm though possibly brief embrace of fame, having no rival, and being highly respected by all who were unwarped by a sense of duty.
It was difficult for Balzac to be fair towards those men of letters among his contemporaries who excelled in his own domain; yet his judgment, when unwarped, was fine, keen, and, in many instances, endowed with prophetic sight.
He wrote Deane, “As human nature is imperfect, some opposition is perhaps necessary to excite my perserverence, to keep my patriotism constant and unwarped.”
He sighted along the diapason and discovered that the neck was unwarped.