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Example sentences for derangement

My husband favored me with a sigh suggesting that the family had long noted my derangement.
With great trials were mingled petty inconveniences arising from derangement of the country's finances.
Notwithstanding the acute apprehension and general derangement of affairs, there was nothing resembling panic.
Half a century ago, when people talked about anti-white racism, it was often depicted as a symptom of a broader derangement.
Tobacco is said to produce derangement of the digestion, and of the regular, steady action of the nervous system.

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