deranged

[ dih-reynjd ]SEE DEFINITION OF deranged

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DERANGED

And will not the bravest and wisest soul be least confused or deranged by any external influence?

"Take her away; she's deranged," said O'Leary to the gens d'armes.

"This man is deranged," I said to myself, very much frightened.

It seemed a hard struggle for him to believe he was not deranged.

Come, that sabre cut I got on the head at the siege of Azof has deranged my brain.

For this inconsistency in the behaviour of Miss Milner, appeared as if her senses had been deranged.

I also think that their plans were deranged by the events of the first.

Waverley's illness was an event which deranged all their calculations.

This, at any rate, is a general mark of a deranged or defective mind.

She was convinced that she had been, and still was, deranged.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DERANGED

out of one's mind

adjectiveirrational
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