- derain, andré,
Origin of derangement
Examples from the Web for derangement
At some point in the early part of this century, America was treated to the concept of Bush Derangement Syndrome.
And back in the second term of the Bush administration, Democrats afflicted by Bush Derangement Syndrome pushed a similar scheme.
Arriving in Boston was like landing upon the bosom of serenity from the derangement of a war zone.Paul Theroux: The Day Boston Felt the World’s Pain|Paul Theroux|May 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There have been twice as many Obama Derangement Syndrome books as specimens of Bush Derangement Syndrome.
Evidence of either Bush Derangement Syndrome or Obama Derangement Syndrome was included in the general category of fearmongering.
Is not the human machine, which is represented as a master-piece of the Creator's skill, liable to derangement in a thousand ways?Good Sense|Paul Henri Thiry, Baron D'Holbach
The mischief first showed itself, the doctor tells us, in derangement of his nervous system.The Legacy of Cain|Wilkie Collins
The influence of this as an etiological factor in derangement of digestion can scarcely be exaggerated.
It commonly lies in some derangement of the digestive organs.Searchlights on Health: Light on Dark Corners|B.G. Jefferis
And the derangement of any function, which we call sickness or disease, is an electric derangement.The Universe a Vast Electric Organism|George Woodward Warder
1737, "disturbance of regular order," from French dérangement (17c.), from déranger (see derange). Of mental order, from 1800.