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warped, past participle; warped, past tense; warping, present participle; warps, 3rd person singular present;
  1. Become or cause to become bent or twisted out of shape, typically as a result of the effects of heat or dampness
    • - wood has a tendency to warp
    • - moisture had warped the box
  2. Cause to become abnormal or strange; have a distorting effect on
    • - your judgment has been warped by your obvious dislike of him
    • - a warped sense of humor
  3. Move (a ship) along by hauling on a rope attached to a stationary object on shore

  4. (of a ship) Move in such a way

  5. (in weaving) Arrange (yarn) so as to form the warp of a piece of cloth

  6. Cover (land) with a deposit of alluvial soil by natural or artificial flooding


  1. used especially of timbers or boards; bent out of shape usually by moisture; "the floors were warped and cracked"
  2. (warping) warp: a moral or mental distortion
  3. "Warped" is a song by the Red Hot Chili Peppers from their 1995 album One Hot Minute. It was released as the first single from the album, alongside a music video which met controversy over frontman Anthony Kiedis' kiss with guitarist Dave Navarro at the end. ...
  4. W.A.R.P.E.D. is a 2005 album by Savatage guitarist Chris Caffery. A majority of the record appeared as the bonus disc to Chris's first album, Faces.
  5. Warped is an Internet service provider, primarily specializing in webhosting. Warped was formed in 1995, and was incorporated in 1997 in Santa Clara, California, and 1999 in Atlanta, Georgia. WarpedNet (irc.warped.net) was an Internet Relay Chat network that was active from 1995 until 2004.
  6. Kevin Wayne Jeter (born 1950) is an American science fiction and horror author known for his literary writing style, dark themes, and paranoid, unsympathetic characters. He has written novels set in the Star Trek and Star Wars universe, and has written three (to date) sequels to Blade Runner.
  7. (Warping (sailing)) In sailing, warping is a method of moving a vessel, typically against the wind or out from a dead calm, by hauling on a line attached to an anchor, a sea anchor or a fixed object, such as a bollard. ...
  8. Distorted by warping; twisted out of shape; Of a person's mind, attitude, humour etc, perverse, strange, aberrant or deviant
  9. (warpedness) The state, quality or condition of being warped
  10. (Warping) Due to lag, and the way the current version of the BigWorld engine that WoT uses is coded, tanks can appear to warp or teleport from place to place – making it very hard to hit them at long range. This problem should be fixed in the 0.6 / 0.7 patch which includes an engine update.
  11. (Warping) Any distortion of a piece of flooring from its true plane that may occur in seasoning.
  12. (Warping) is a method which can overcome some of the problems of edge matching . It can also be used to resolve registration problems arising from digitizing source maps of different scales, different projections, and varying coordinate systems.
  13. (Warping) Using ropes or cables to manoeuvre a ship.
  14. (warping) the book is misshapen. This can occur from misbinding, poor storage or handling and of course from water/sun damage. Another form of this is called cocked which means that the book leans in a direction as opposed to being bent or spun like a fan.
  15. (Warping) Turning or twisting out of shape.
  16. (I. Warping) Warping is the ability to map a 3D shape to another 3D shape by a law. A law is simply an equation that maps an xyz position to another xyz position. Warping typically can be defined locally (within a region) or globally (entire body).
  17. (WARPING) An unwanted feature in text pages or covers characterised by a buckle, a wave or soft crease.
  18. (WARPING) Distortion of clay forms caused by uneven stresses within clay due to forming method, uneven drying, uneven support in firing, or uneven or excessive heat in firing.
  19. (WARPING) Going into hyperspace, changing from one level to another, or the act of leaving a place. (Ex. “Hey, I’m done with my pizza, let’s warp out of here.”)
  20. (WARPING) The operation of winding WARP YARN onto a BEAM in suitable arrangement for use as WARP in the LOOM.
  21. (Warping) A slight bend, uplift or subsidence of Earth's crust on a regional scale.
  22. (Warping) A way of distorting an image.
  23. (Warping) In tectonics, refers to the gentle, regional bending of the crust, which occurs in epeirogenic movements.
  24. (Warping) The action, by hand or mechanical, required to form a warp in the colour grouping or yarn variety required to form a particular fabric type or design. This could be for weaving or warp knitting.
  25. (Warping) The manipulation of 2D images by arbitrary geometric (i.e. position) transformations of the pixels of some or all of an image. Some simple types of warping are stretching, scaling, rotating, skewing, shearing or perspective transform (perspective projection). ...