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
Collette is virtuosic in the role, which requires her to be motherly, depressed, and unhinged by turns.
The premise is simple, yet unhinged: Ten women compete in a series of beauty pageant-like challenges.
And then Candace delivers a fiery, slightly unhinged, and damning indictment of Michael Peterson and of the documentary itself.
According to him, humanity’s habit of transmitting cheery greetings into the cosmos is unhinged.
This is a Justice Department completely unhinged and out of control.
Wall Street’s rhetoric is unhinged from the economic fundamentals.
One explanation is that Colangelo is unhinged enough to think this way, yet clever and collected enough to conceal it for two years.
Nonetheless, Khakpour isn’t much worried about coming across as unhinged.
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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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