verb (used with object), un·hinged, un·hing·ing.
Related formsun·hinge·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for unhinge
I know any sort of middle ground will unhinge lefties and righties both, but don't despair.
She feared I might unhinge it and carry it away, or something of that sort, I suppose.When Knighthood Was in Flower|Charles Major
Every one knows that the sight of cats or rats, the crushing of a coal, etc. may unhinge the reason.Pascal's Penses|Blaise Pascal
When she put on her superior, resigned airs, it was enough to unhinge an angel.