from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Loosened or separated; unfastened.
- adj. Informal In confused distress; upset.
- idiom come unglued Informal To lose one's composure.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unglue.
- adj. Not secured with glue.
- adj. Insane, upset.
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Kurt should have prayed for peace and understanding in re his partner Anna Trabunskaya, who is starting to come unglued from the strain of having to deal with Kurt every week.
And then, when I put the coffee beans into the blender to grind them, because by GOD I really needed the coffee now, that worked find, but when I took the blender apart to clean it after, the rubber o-ring came unglued from the bottom of the glass bit.
Coming unglued from the timeline of one’s life is a random experience outside of one’s control.
Several noted a statement by the lead FBI agent in the case, who wrote in a report that Allen would become "unglued" by the prospect of exposure.
They are focused solely on keeping their diminishing base together, knowing that if Bush loses much more support their little cabal will come completely unglued, meaning long prison sentences for the lot of them.
In my opinion, the Fed has already become "unglued".
Asked if his girlfriend ever became "unglued," because of the children, he said he wouldn't use that word.
There's video of her telling a story of Dawkins getting "unglued" as she testifies about how God created everything and how Jesus let us know about him …
"unglued" if Scully interfered with their relationship.
Like I've said before, my kids come unglued when there's stickers involved, and I'm pretty sure it has nothing to do with the fumes from the glue!
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