Let me have young boon companions, witty, unwarped by prejudice, merry to the verge of madness!
At five and twenty a healthy, unwarped nature is many-sided.
A judgment enlightened by a vast experience, and unwarped by prejudice, then came into play.
If he saw a thing, it permeated him with unwarped fascination; if he did not see it clearly, he was not troubled.
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.
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.
To do good ironing it is necessary to have a firm, unwarped ironing board.