warped

[ UK /wˈɔːpt/ ]
[ US /ˈwɔɹpt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. used especially of timbers or boards; bent out of shape usually by moisture
    the floors were warped and cracked
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How To Use warped In A Sentence

  • If the cylinder does not line up with the bore vertically, you are plumb out of luck since the base pin frame holes could be drilled crooked or the frame warped from heat treatment or stress.
  • The shadows warped and distorted as a humanoid shape detached itself.
  • The window was warped by the dampness and it wouldn't shut.
  • And I rejoice that I was left to deal with the Bible alone; for if I had had some theological "explainer" at my side, he might have tried, as such do, to lessen my indignation against Jacob, and thereby have warped my moral sense for ever; while the great apocalyptic spectacle of the ultimate triumph of right and justice might have been turned to the base purposes of a pious lampooner of the Papacy. Science & Education
  • Is darling loll head extended on become warped and what does prolapse have to distinguish?
  • The bag was beginning to lose its resistance, and so the box was a little warped where the damp had seeped through.
  • He might have a slightly warped view of cash at this point. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is more usually caused by discs that are not sitting correctly on the hub or that have been warped by excessive heat. Times, Sunday Times
  • The works look distant, remote, slightly warped. Times, Sunday Times
  • The planks they were made of had warped and shrunk. Opposite the door hung a dark-coloured icon with a wax candle sticking to it and a bunch of everlastings hanging down from it.
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