inflected forms: warps; warped; warping
1 : to twist or bend (something) into a different shape [with object] • The wood was warped by moisture. [no object] • The heat caused the wood to warp.
2 [with object] disapproving : to cause (a person's opinions, thoughts, etc.) to be changed in a way that is wrong or unnatural • He held prejudices that warped his judgment.
— warped adjective [more warped; most warped] • a warpedvinyl record • a vicious criminal with a warped mind • They have a very warped view of human history.
Learn about warp as a noun.