Thesaurus / derangement
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By the term delicate is understood any chronic derangement of health.
A STATISTICAL INQUIRY INTO THE NATURE AND TREATMENT OF EPILEPSYALEXANDER HUGHES BENNETT
The coroner's inquest found that she had drowned herself while in a state of mental derangement.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
A Derangement in my stomach which seemed of the bilious kind determined me to return to town in search of advice.
It was comparatively easy to do this, for the derangement was not at all violent in its form.
MARGARET OF ANJOUJACOB ABBOTT.
Moreover, against this high average of intelligence must be set an equally high average of mental derangement.
SECRET SOCIETIES AND SUBVERSIVE MOVEMENTSNESTA H. WEBSTER
These evidences of a social derangement recalled the necessity of religion with its moral power.
THE WAR UPON RELIGIONREV. FRANCIS A. CUNNINGHAM
They are still more so to grown up people, as they generally arise from a more serious derangement of the system.
It does not seem that this can produce much appreciable derangement in the configuration of the system.
TIME AND TIDEROBERT S. (ROBERT STAWELL) BALL
Of such there had been several instances before it became necessary to supply the deficiency arising from Henry's derangement.
WORDS RELATED TO DERANGEMENT
- mental disorder
- ax to grind
- bee in bonnet
- bug in ear
- fixed idea
- idée fixe
- on the brain
- tiger by the tail
- disturbed mind
- emotional disorder
- emotional instability
- loss of mind
- mental disease
- mental disorder
- mental sickness
- nervous breakdown
- nervous disorder
- neurotic disorder
- personality disorder
- sick mind
- troubled mind
- unbalanced mind
- unsoundness of mind
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