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When taste and smell begin to come back, they can go haywire.
CAN’T SMELL OR TASTE THE BACON? IT’S PROBABLY A SIGN OF COVID-19.TARA SANTORADECEMBER 11, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
For example, we now know that energy production in aging cells goes haywire.
ANOTHER WIN FOR SENOLYTICS: FIGHTING AGING AT THE CELLULAR LEVEL JUST GOT EASIERSHELLY FANNOVEMBER 24, 2020SINGULARITY HUB
The state system went haywire on Monday, several hours before the registration deadline, showing error messages and trapping people in user-verification pages that prevented them from completing and submitting their form.
FEDERAL JUDGE DENIES REQUEST TO EXTEND FLORIDA VOTER REGISTRATIONLORI ROZSAOCTOBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It was the top of the year — before Kobe died, before the world went haywire — when George Lopez accidentally made himself the epicenter of attention for an entire news cycle or two.
GEORGE LOPEZ REVEALS HIS HOLLYWOOD ‘FAIRY GODMOTHER’JOSHUA EFERIGHEAUGUST 18, 2020OZY
I said our air-conditioning system goes haywire and that we were ripping out a thousand old boilers and coolers.
SATAN AND THE COMRADESRALPH BENNITT
"Just my imagination going a little haywire from it all, I fancy," he said.
DAVE DAWSON ON THE RUSSIAN FRONTR. SIDNEY BOWEN
"Yeah, my guns went haywire for some unknown reason," he said eventually.
DAVE DAWSON AT TRUKROBERT SYDNEY BOWEN
Horses with patched civilian harness gave the transport the appearance of a "haywire outfit."
THE STORY OF THE "9TH KING'S" IN FRANCEENOS HERBERT GLYNNE ROBERTS
WORDS RELATED TO HAYWIRE
- fallen apart
- gone to pieces
- in disrepair
- in need of repair
- in the shop
- not functioning
- not working
- on the fritz
- on the shelf
- out of commission
- out of kilter
- out of order
- out of whack
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