Definition Of warp
(in weaving) arrange (yarn) so as to form the warp of a piece of cloth.
(in weaving) the threads on a loom over and under which other threads (the weft) are passed to make cloth.
the warp and weft are the basic constituents of all textiles
a rope attached at one end to a fixed point and used for moving or mooring a ship.
a twist or distortion in the shape or form of something.
the head of the racket had a curious warp
alluvial sediment; silt.
Example Of warp
But time is fickle and not particularly friendly to me and the fecker will go all warp speed.
But you should go see it, and not only that, you should look at it closely, the warp and weft of details that make it all hang together in such a unique way.
Captain, we shall be exiting warp space in ten seconds.
crew and passengers helped warp the vessels through the shallow section