Examples of unhinge in a Sentence
the endless harassment by the guards completely unhinged the prisoners of war
I was momentarily unhinged by the unexpected question.
Recent Examples of unhinge from the Web
Thursday might have felt like a year’s worth of news packed into one day, but one story that broke through was Donald Trump’s unhinged call-in to his favorite TV program, Fox & Friends.
Equal parts practical, laid-back, and slightly unhinged, April Jonah Hill is a serious mood.
Get-in-my-belly scale: Sure, just need to unhinge our jaws.
But that’s not how Weber thinks — and this is a great thing for K-State at a time an FBI probe into college basketball recruiting threatens to unhinge the game.
Earlier this month, a photo of a little Black girl staring at the official portrait of former First Lady Michelle Obama, mouth unhinged, went viral.
In the State, you were just unhinged enough to not get in the way.
The Deflector’s demagoguery has been unparalleled — and unhinged.
The majority of Nunberg’s unhinged interviews occurred during that window.
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UNHINGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unhinge for English Language Learners
: to make (someone) very upset or mentally ill
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