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- adj. disturbed or upset, especially mentally
- adj. insane
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of derange.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Disordered; especially, disordered in mind; crazy; insane.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Unsettled in mind; insane.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. driven insane
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How deranged is she to think that she can black-mail the possible next president of the US?
Maybe you could get a Skinny Puppy tribute band to open at your sparsely attended gigs in deranged venues.
My face was contorted into an expression of deranged wrath.
Here, the creeps look more like inept idiots, wearing their baseball caps sideways as if in deranged imitation of someone out of an "Our Gang" comedy.
Qadhafi has been called "deranged" and "delusional," but in the era of the shadow elite, his regime made at least one rational choice in choosing to host Perle, a consummate shadow lobbyist who was hired by a firm that makes K-Street look positively passe.
Surely the anticipated condition didn't come remotely close to the weekly masses faced by the Pope, who was last hit by a person identified as a deranged woman.
It seems likely that she knew perfectly well what she was doing and that it was contrary to law - she may well be "deranged" only in the sense in which many religious extremists are deranged, that is, in holding "deviant" views of what is moral.
I'm called deranged or whatever when I'm riffing in a bloggerly style that they obviously don't understand or appreciate.
I guess you better get out there protesting all the murders that are happening in the United States lest you be called deranged for pretending things are “OK” in the US.
Insanity can be described as a deranged state of the mind usually occurring as a specific disorder as schizophrenia, and that which denies reality.