Examples of derange in a Sentence
being stranded at night on a lonely road would derange anyone
the storage room had all been deranged by the earthquake, and it took hours to sort out things
Recent Examples of derange from the Web
The Doctor's Time Lord nemesis, The Master, has also been played by a woman since 2014—a wonderfully deranged but committed performance from Scottish actor Michelle Gomez.
There is no precedent for this behavior in the Oval Office in American history, even in Nixon’s deranged final days.
Deranged — No other word better describes that mentally and emotionally disturbed gunman who opened fire on a group of Republican congressmen practicing on a baseball field in Virginia last week.
People who enjoy camping may or may not be deranged.
Aldrich also shows the judgment and command of men as debilitating and deranging—whether in vaudeville in 1917 or in Hollywood in 1935.
This deranged Kubrickian series pokes fun at the mythology and lore of aliens.
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