One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘timber which is too dry will warp and lose its strength’
buckle, twist, bend, distort, deform, misshape, malform, curve, become crooked, become curved, make crooked, make curved, flex, bow, arch, contort, gnarl, kink, wrinkle
straighten, keep shape
2‘a fanatic who warped the mind of her only child’
corrupt, twist, pervert, deprave, bend, skew
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