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warped

adjective uk   /wɔːpt/ us    /wɔːrpt/

warped adjective (STRANGE)

disapproving or humorous strange and unpleasant: I suppose I shouldn't be laughing about death - perhaps I've got a warped mind/sense of humour!

warped adjective (BENT)

bent because of damage by heat or water: Have you noticed how warped these shelves are?
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