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deranged
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Crime and Punishment
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  • It’s simply physical derangement.
  • Such sick dreams always remain long in the memory and make a powerful impression on the overwrought and deranged nervous system.
  • I fancy the first stage of your derangement coincides with your leaving the university.
  • In that sense we are certainly all not infrequently like madmen, but with the slight difference that the deranged are somewhat madder, for we must draw a line.
  • "A familiar phenomenon," interposed Zossimov, "actions are sometimes performed in a masterly and most cunning way, while the direction of the actions is deranged and dependent on various morbid impressions—it’s like a dream."
  • Pulcheria Alexandrovna’s illness was a strange nervous one and was accompanied by a partial derangement of her intellect.
  • But they immediately drew the deduction that the crime could only have been committed through temporary mental derangement, through homicidal mania, without object or the pursuit of gain.

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  • a deranged mind
  • She was deranged at the time of the shooting.

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