un•strungPronunciation: (un-strung'), [key]
pt. and pp. of unstring.
having the string or strings loosened or removed, as a bow or harp.
weakened or nervously unhinged, as a person or a person's nerves; unnerved; discomposed: The incident left him unstrung.
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