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
Taking him out of games by getting him in foul trouble or unhinging him emotionally isn't a bad idea.
U.S. officials, for their part, feared Noriega was coming unhinged, going on TV to smash furniture with a machete and shriek threats against Washington.
Tech savvy consumers and cord cutters have been urging these companies to unhinge themselves from the traditional cable package for years.
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First Known Use of unhinge
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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