Definition of Deranges

1. Verb. (third-person singular of derange) ¹



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Definition of Deranges

1. derange [v] - See also: derange

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deranges

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deranges (current term)
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deratizations
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Literary usage of Deranges

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1861)
"That urea, when directly injected into the blood, or suffered to accumulate in this fluid by extirpation of the kidneys, deranges, in some manner, ..."

2. The Connoisseur by Bonnell Thornton, George Colman, Mr Town, George Lyttelton Lyttelton (1902)
"Nothing deranges the beautiful attitudes, the harmony, the clearness, the minute neatness of the painting, which remains superhuman above suffering and ..."

3. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1905)
"widow be allowed one-tbird of the testator's estate as dower, It wholly deranges the testator's settlement, and her claim of dower contravenes the will by ..."

4. Caloric: Its Mechanical, Chemical, and Vital Agencies in the Phenomena of Nature by Samuel Lytler Metcalfe (1843)
"... whether impure air, bad diet, want of rest, fatigue, retention of the excretions, or the depressing passions of the mind, deranges the healthy condition ..."

5. Man and His Relations: Illustrating the Influence of the Mind on the Body by Samuel Byron Brittan (1875)
"Influence of Mind over the Vital Forces—How it deranges the Functions and destroys Life—Its Relations to Congestion, Paralysis, and other forms of ..."

6. Family Homoeopathy by John Ellis (1872)
"Pastry and bread made from superfine flour should not be used, as the former deranges the digestive organs, and the latter contains too much starch, ..."

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