Thesaurus / warped

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Easing of border controls will be at a snail-pace, not at warp speed, and likely later, when herd immunity is achieved in most developed economies.
Adding the warp and weft yarn gives you the total thread count.
Finally, it must continue to move at warp speed to complete reviews and deployment of vaccines.
The nomination process is moving ahead at warp speed, and the court is that much closer to having a 6-3 conservative majority.
HOW A CONSERVATIVE 6-3 MAJORITY WOULD RESHAPE THE SUPREME COURTAMELIA THOMSON-DEVEAUX (AMELIA.THOMSON-DEVEAUX@ABC.COM)SEPTEMBER 28, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
He warily sounded a nature that could be warped to the exigencies of any plan, provided it was profitable.
SONS OF THE SOILHONORE DE BALZAC
Complex the knots were, but his warped and palsied fingers deftly undid them as though long familiar with each turn and twist.
DARKNESS AND DAWNGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
But here the love of system, or a particular theory, seems to have warped his judgment.
I've learned to think, Robin, and perhaps it has warped me a little.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Then, all at once, she knew that it was her own warped life which demanded it by way of compensation.
For purposes of study he may be all things to all men, but let him see to it that he is not warped in his own self-appraisal.
THE FICTION FACTORYJOHN MILTON EDWARDS

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