verb (used with object), un·hinged, un·hing·ing.
Origin of unhinge
Examples from the Web for unhinge
Contemporary Examples of unhinge
I know any sort of middle ground will unhinge lefties and righties both, but don't despair.'Mission Accomplished'
Leslie H. Gelb
June 24, 2011
Historical Examples of unhinge
The music that emanated from this group was enough to unhinge the mind.Pagan Passions
Gordon Randall Garrett
If I once give way to favour or sentiment, I unhinge my whole system.Kenelm Chillingly, Complete
I've gone through enough to unhinge any woman's mind; but, no, I am not mad.The Day of Judgment
The catlike creeping in between him and his constituents had also served to unhinge him.The Sunset Trail
Alfred Henry Lewis
But all this is but a vain imagination, fit only to unhinge weak minds.The Queen Pedauque