Definition for unhinged (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), un·hinged, un·hing·ing.
Examples from the Web for unhinged
They were unhinged souls looking for a cause and found it in the belief that hating the government was patriotic.
To be fair, Abbott is hardly the only prominent Republican to embrace the unhinged rocker.
This was Boehner unplugged—possibly Boehner unhinged (unhinged from his talking points, at least).
In fact, I had to pass on a nice book deal, good front $$, for Unhinged because they wanted me to write more about Jim (Morrison).
What is it about Reza Aslan that has unhinged so many people?
Society is unhinged, and every one is afraid to offer an opinion.Olla Podrida|Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)
A great blow was falling on him, which unhinged him more than any difficulties or defeats had yet done.A History of England, Period III.|Rev. J. Franck Bright
The gates were unhinged and flung down: the royal army entered as in a conquered city.Paris and its Story|Thomas Okey
When he was quite a young man he met with a sorrow that unhinged his mind and hewell, he committed a crime.The Automobile Girls Along the Hudson|Laura Dent Crane
Sara's mouth had been gradually closing, but it unhinged again.Sense from Thought Divide|Mark Irvin Clifton
British Dictionary definitions for unhinged
Word Origin and History for unhinged (1 of 2)
"thrown into confusion," 1719, past participle adjective from unhinge.