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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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Methinks Palin unhinges more than her jaw when she speaks.
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Safin unhinges Hewitt to deny Aussie Open a native champ
Plus, anything that further unhinges Chucky Schumer has got to be good.
There is some conscious and unconscious sense that unhinges that I do not have to take notes, remember specific arguments, things I love, the larger contexts when I am reading for review.
A critic's life can be a happy one, with the right frame of mind. Robert Birnbaum talks to Pulitzer-prize winner Gail Caldwell about a life well read, 19th-century novels, and the changing of hearts. 2010
The research unhinges de Waal: "I no longer know if this book is about my family, or memory, or myself, or if it is a book about small Japanese things."
And yes, flying does seem to be the form of travel that most readily unhinges the sang froid of otherwise competent travellers!
This is in turn unhinges the groom and threatens to turn him against his fiancee.
Rafael van der Vaart's second-half role for Tottenham unhinges Arsenal
She unhinges the stall lock with a bang and makes her way to the sink.
Vivian Rising Daniella Brodsky 2010