unhinged


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Synonyms for unhinged

deranged

Synonyms for unhinged

affected with madness or insanity

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As the election draws nearer, from sea to shining sea, it seems the American people are becoming unhinged.
Kerstetter, whose gawky frame, unkempt hair, and wide, pale eyes lend him an unhinged air even before he opens his mouth, gives a genuinely unsettling performance.
Billington is the librarian of the Library of Congress, and our utterly unhinged copyright laws have designated him the government DVD czar.
Kitchen door maker H Burbidge & Son has unhinged its rivals with a Midlands-wide manufacturing initiative.
These titles are Dead Man's Hand (Xbox Live), Trivial Pursuit Unhinged (PS2 Online, Xbox Live), and Unreal 2: The Awakening (Xbox).
AN unhinged gunman high on drugs executed his wheelchairbound mum because he was sick of her multiple sclerosis.
SHORT of shaving her head, Lady Mucca now seems as unhinged as the deranged Britney Spears.
And Bree has entered into a hasty relationship with Orson (Kyle MacLachlan), who she learns may just be an unhinged killer.
He claims the Hollywood divas are all either barmy, unhinged or seriously bonkers.
After reading his Internet diary, an unhinged couple kidnap Dave (above) in the belief he can tell them about the luminous aliens.
As more and more of the foundation around the wigband became unhinged, and I continued with the head-snapping, foot-stomping choreography, I realized my wig was leaving me.
The accident happened after the truck jack-knifed, its trailer unhinged and rolled on its side, blocking the road.
Part of the fun of watching this unhinged musical is the thoroughly queer metatext.
The film explores the minute-to-minute work of traders and clerks who can earn $500,000 a year by their mid-twenties, who handle $20,000,000 every day yet whose work is strangely unhinged from real goods and real services in the real world.