[ UK /ʌnhˈɪnd‍ʒ/ ]
[ US /ənˈhɪndʒ/ ]
  1. remove the hinges from
    unhinge the door
  2. disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
    She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill
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How To Use unhinge In A Sentence

  • Such a sentence was absolutely verboten and I had been unhinged to write it. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • It was the tragedy that must have unhinged him, people said. MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY
  • I gave you this unhingement from reality: Wanted: a local prosecutor to ... Sound Politics
  • Anyone on TV or in a major newspaper gets a lot of nasty mail, some from unhinged cranks.
  • The woman also had about 6 or 7 cats - which in my book is always a good sign of someone being unhinged.
  • That year, copper slumped by more than 60% between July and December, as investors bet that the near-collapse of the financial system would unhinge world copper demand. Copper Falls to 2011 Lows
  • The phrase "yeah yeah yeah" can rarely have been delivered with so much unhinged passion.
  • Meanwhile, a mentally unhinged former lover is stalking her, and the serial killer has struck again.
  • Anthony Hopkins goes from sullen silence to wordy sermonising as an unhinged anthropologist in this heavy-handed drama.
  • Occasionally some unhinged goon will run alongside showering riders with water or giving them a push up the hill but it is mostly high-spirited encouragement.
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