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"'is it possible that, in my distress, I have not a single friend of whom to ask advice? For my mind is becoming unhinged, I can feel it!".--The Red and the Black (1830) by Stendhal

“Certainly,” said the Time Traveller, stooping to light a spill at the fire. Then he turned, lighting his pipe, to look at the Psychologist’s face. (The Psychologist, to show that he was not unhinged, helped himself to a cigar and tried to light it uncut.)"--The Time Machine (1895) by H. G. Wells

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  1. Not furnished with a hinge.
  2. Mentally ill, unstable.

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