Synonyms of warp
1 distortDictionary • Rainwater had warped the door's timber.
distort • Make sure the image isn't distorted by lumps and bumps.
twist • The car was left a mess of twisted metal.
buckle • A freak wave had buckled the deck.
deform • Plastic deforms when subjected to heat.
disfigure • ugly new houses which disfigure the countryside
contort • His face contorts as he screams out the lyrics.
2 become distorted • Plastic can warp in the sun.
bend • Bend the bar into a horseshoe.
twist • The road twists and turns between pleasant little cottages.
3 pervertDictionary • Their minds have been warped by their experiences.
pervert • He was accused of perverting the nation's youth.
twist • It's a shame the way the media can twist your words.
corrupt • Cruelty depraves and corrupts.
degrade • Pornography degrades women.
deprave • material likely to deprave those who hear or read it
debase • I won't debase myself by answering that question.
desecrate • She shouldn't have desecrated the picture of a religious leader
debauch • a film accused of debauching public morals
twistDictionary • small warps in the planking
twist • If only she could alter this personality twist.
bend • The crash occurred on a sharp bend.
defect • The report pointed out the defects in the present system.
flaw • The only flaw in his character is a short temper.
distortion • the gargoyle-like distortion of her face
quirk • a tantalising quirk of fate
imperfection • Scanners locate imperfections in the cloth.
kink • a tiny black kitten with tufted ears and a kink in her tail
contortion • The symptoms of the poison included facial contortions.
deformation • The deformation of his body was the result of a disease.
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bendIf you bend something that is flat or straight, you use force to make it curved or to put an angle in it.
• Bend the bar into a horseshoe.
bendA bend in a road, pipe, or other long thin object is a curve or angle in it.
• The crash occurred on a sharp bend.
buckleIf an object buckles or if something buckles it, it becomes bent as a result of very great heat or force.
• A freak wave had buckled the deck.
Thesaurus for warp from the Collins English Thesaurus
to twist or cause to twist out of shape, as from heat, damp, etc