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- adj. Distorted by warping; twisted out of shape
- adj. Of a person's mind, attitude, humour etc, perverse, strange, aberrant or deviant.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of warp.
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- adj. used especially of timbers or boards; bent out of shape usually by moisture
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P. S – My mom thinks my mind is warped from the book, but I disagree.
Critics say the Wiesn has warped from a quaint Volksfest into a cultural wasteland: women in lederhosen, the occasional man in a dirndl, and celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton flaunting designer renditions that cost thousands of dollars.
String theorists are cast in warped logic like that.
Particularly the fact that it is existing in warped space.
The Social Registry, a local record label that specializes in warped, noisy rock and damaged dance music by the likes of Psychic Ills, Gang Gang Dance and Vietnam, had the second of its two showcases at the Glasshouse Gallery in Brooklyn.
Over the years it became warped from the pressure of sleep, turning into a sort of decaying hoop with erratic angles as I tried to reform the weakening metal into a perfect circle and failed.
What I find warped is the desire people have to pull down their own country, and to look at the people who are defending it, covertly or not, as expendable.
Only in warped right wing world could that be viewed as a positive that would move public perception.
What is that except what some call their warped beliefs that Jesus loves only those they do???
The respective advantages of monarchy and a republic have often divided speculative inquirers; the present greatness of the Roman state, the corruption of manners, and the license of the soldiers, supplied new arguments to the advocates of monarchy; and these general views of government were again warped by the hopes and fears of each individual.