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Her spirit must inevitably be sorely tried during coming events, and very little more might serve to unhinge her mind.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
Doubtless I shall become hardened to the horrors of war in time, my boy; but at present these things unhinge me.
This spiritualistic faith is mighty pretty on the face of it, but it seems to unhinge people's minds.
By admitting that the less may rule or sequester themselves from the greater, we unhinge all government.
These continual cries, and the agitations of the body with which they were attended, naturally unhinge the whole frame.
It is enough to unhinge the reason, the pronunciation of modern Greek, I mean.
It is enough to unhinge the strongest brain, and she bears it without a murmur, you say; realises it all and still keeps calm?
THE HEART OF UNA SACKVILLEMRS. GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
The circumstance of finding himself invited to tea with a Dissenter would unhinge him for a week.
SHIRLEYCHARLOTTE BRONT
The least atom of this machine that should happen to be out of order would unhinge all nature.
THE EXISTENCE OF GODFRANCOIS DE SALIGNAC DE LA MOTHE- FENELON
I've gone through enough to unhinge any woman's mind; but, no, I am not mad.
THE DAY OF JUDGMENTJOSEPH HOCKING

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