warping

[ UK /wˈɔːpɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈwɔɹpɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a moral or mental distortion
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How To Use warping In A Sentence

  • The little log house, with its chimney of sticks, its roof of warping clapboards weighted with traversing poles and its "chinking" of clay, had a single door and, directly opposite, a window. The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce — Volume 2: In the Midst of Life: Tales of Soldiers and Civilians
  • Because the segmentation is connected with matching, Dynamic Time Warping matching algorithm is introduced importantly.
  • This prevents the panel from warping or distorting without limiting its natural movement.
  • Painted-shut windows had been forced open, allowing gray light to ribbon through bent blinds, over pressboard shelves warping under the weight of books. Sparks
  • Gentle upwarping has caused the western Queensland Mitchell Grass Downs to form the divide between northern drainage to the Gulf of Carpentaria via the Flinders River and southwestern drainage via the Diamantina River and Channel Country into Lake Eyre. Mitchell grass downs
  • With a whaleboat towing for steerage and as a precaution against back-draughts from the cliff, and taking advantage of a fan of breeze, he shook the Rattler full into it and glided by the big coral patch without warping. THE DEVILS OF FUATINO
  • Modern Contextual Dewarping: Such conventions persist, but with the increased scope of post-Enlightenment experiential milieus, such mock-recognition is less likely to be afforded in the face of credibility warp; the unknown world and the unknown past are expected to conform to the same principles. Archive 2009-12-01
  • This paper intends to introduce briefly the calculation of the warping coordinates of multicell thin-walled mixed sections with both open and dosed parts.
  • Flex wings must rely on that pendulum under the wing and a certain amount of anhedral to overcome the fact that the sail just barely shifts (wing warping) on these high performance topless gliders.
  • Fortunately, the warping of space-time geometry, quantum teleportation and genetic engineering make all this plausible, scientifically speaking. Times, Sunday Times
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