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The lighter was warped to the pier at 11 o'clock, and the general tied his steam launch alongside to see that it was not disturbed until the debarkation was completed.
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He accepted the deformity which had made life so hard for him; he knew that it had warped his character, but now he saw also that by reason of it he had acquired that power of introspection which had given him so much delight.
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Everyone had some defect, of body or of mind: he thought of all the people he had known (the whole world was like a sick-house, and there was no rhyme or reason in it), he saw a long procession, deformed in body and warped in mind, some with illness of the flesh, weak hearts or weak lungs, and some with illness of the spirit, languor of will, or a craving for liquor.
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It is all rasped, and warped, and unlovely.
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The son of her mother's employer, in a fit of drunken rage, threw her from the very top of a long flight of stairs, and now she lies warped and misshapen, mourning her life away.
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I paused to look about me for such pieces of driftwood as might serve us, and came on several full of nails and bolts; some of these timbers being warped with age and others comparatively new.
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For here were my pots (what the fire had left of them) all swollen and bulged with the heat, warped and misshapen beyond imagining.
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He'll ha' warped out from the anchorage by this!
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Warped and perverted though her nature might be, she was yet far nobler than those who sat in judgement upon her. Min made some scanty purchases and left the store quickly, brushing unheedingly past the minister as she did so.
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At last La Montaigne was warped into the dock.
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This, in turn, had engendered a chronic distrustfulness, and his mind and character had become so warped that he was a very disagreeable man to deal with.
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The basic principle held good in both cases, it seemed to him, and Doctor Thomas's refusal to share in the coming legacy struck him as silly; it was the result of a warped and unsound philosophy.
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That such an ethics must have had a comforting effect upon the orientals, whose instincts were inhibited or warped through the combined effects of an enervating climate, despotism and miserable economic conditions is intelligible, and it is perhaps due to a continuation of the unsatisfactory economic conditions that this ethics still prevails to some extent....
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The tape is now brittle, the heavy paper reels warped, and the reproducing head missing.
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I have seen with my own eyes the tragic effects of such prejudices: I was in Paris at the time of the Dreyfus case; I have seen how they warped the thought of scholarly men, like Houston Stewart Chamberlain; I have read with horror of the Russian pogroms.
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The polished surface of the mahogany table reflected a pair of tall silver candlesticks, and the plates, being of warped blue and white Chinese ware, joggled and clattered when we touched them.
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The children are waiting for the principal, and have exacted the income; and their lives have been warped for this reason.
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The panes were small and green and warped, after the manner of glass known to former times; but through it the sun poured a flood of warm light every morning, and on winter evenings the glow of the firelight within made a grand illumination far across the snowy hillsides; yet I don't think the old window was ever truly appreciated.
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When the two parts are closed you have a constant fancy of rheumatic currents stealing through the cracks, and an ever-present fear lest they should suddenly fly open with "impetuous recoil, grating harsh thunder" on their wheels, and not exactly letting Satan in, but everything in the room fall out; an idle fear, for they can only be shoved asunder by dint of much pushing and pulling, especially if they are warped by having one side exposed to more heat than the other, as usually happens.
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Yes,-one thing; the warped edges of the boards, that sometimes raise themselves,-that are almost sure to do so in spruce, which is never fit for floors, though often used.
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Examples of Warped

Example #1
This had been accomplished a mile outside in the offing, with the vessel rolling and pitching in the trough of the sea and on the crest of the gigantic rollers in so violent a manner that it was almost impossible for men to stand on their feet, much less handle such heavy material as guns and ammunition.
Example #2
By 11 o'clock the guns, carriages, 30,000 rounds of ammunition, four sets of double harness, and the detachment were on board the lighter.
Example #3
Without it he would never have had his keen appreciation of beauty, his passion for art and literature, and his interest in the varied spectacle of life.
Example #4
And thinking over the long pilgrimage of his past he accepted it joyfully.
Example #5
At this moment he could feel a holy compassion for them all.
Example #6
Then he saw that the normal was the rarest thing in the world.