- a person or thing that warps.
- Textiles. a machine used to wind warp ends in preparation for weaving.
Origin of warper
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Examples from the Web for warper
Make out a diagram for the warper the same as shown in Fig. 95.Theory Of Silk Weaving
Tommy removed his hand, but he continued to look yearningly at the warper.
The warper sat on by the fire, his head sunk miserably in his shoulders.
Robbins was at this time the warper, and the unlucky task of warping for this lady, fell to him.Recollections of Windsor Prison;
Amelia Davis, a warper, was hit on the head by a brick as she hurried from the second floor.