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
Meanwhile, the wait continues for something truly unhinged from Audi.
Okay, so, this quote is totally unhinged, and anyone who's seen Alien: Covenant wouldn't be surprised that this is how Ridley Scott speaks.
In the court proceedings Jones was described as unhinged, a performance artist and that his entire on-air persona was an act.
From coming unhinged at the sight of her ex, too much wine and perhaps the shock of witnessing signs of Franklin’s mortality, Maude faints.
Here is the opening of the novel: At magic hour, when the sun is gone but the light has not, armies of flying foxes unhinge themselves from the Banyan trees in the old graveyard and drift across the city like smoke.
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.
Nora seemed completely unhinged throughout, and her scuba proposition was part edgy joke and part truly evil psychological violence.
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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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