unwarped

[uhn-wawrpt]

Origin of unwarped

First recorded in 1735–45; un-1 + warp + -ed2
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Examples from the Web for unwarped

Historical Examples of unwarped

  • At five and twenty a healthy, unwarped nature is many-sided.

    Hope Mills

    Amanda M. Douglas

  • 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

  • A judgment enlightened by a vast experience, and unwarped by prejudice, then came into play.

    Queen Victoria As I Knew Her

    Sir Theodore Martin

  • 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.