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unwarped

[uhn-wawrpt] /ʌnˈwɔrpt/
adjective
1.
not warped, as a phonograph record or flooring.
2.
impartial; undistorted, as a point of view, judgment, or analysis.
Origin of unwarped
1735-1745
1735-45; un-1 + warp + -ed2
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  • Let me have young boon companions, witty, unwarped by prejudice, merry to the verge of madness!

    The Magic Skin Honore de Balzac
  • At five and twenty a healthy, unwarped nature is many-sided.

    Hope Mills Amanda M. Douglas
  • A judgment enlightened by a vast experience, and unwarped by prejudice, then came into play.

    Queen Victoria As I Knew Her Sir Theodore Martin
  • If he saw a thing, it permeated him with unwarped fascination; if he did not see it clearly, he was not troubled.

    Edith and John Franklin S. Farquhar
  • The book is for those whose common sense is unwarped, who can judge evidence as well as the ablest philosopher.

  • His eye, unwarped by harmful familiarity, utterly condemned this elastic foundation.

    Inventors at Work George Iles
  • Here and there one, at the cost and in defiance of the rest, rises into unwarped shape or unstained clearness.

  • No human heart exists, unwarped by self-interest, that does not respond to the poor slave's call for help.

    Slavery and the Constitution William Ingersoll Bowditch
  • To do good ironing it is necessary to have a firm, unwarped ironing board.

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