- 1(Of a person) emotionally or mentally disturbed: she considered him to be mentally unbalanced and dangerousMore example sentences
unstable, of unsound mind, mentally ill, deranged, demented, crazed, troubled, disturbed, unhinged, insane, mad, mad as a hatter, mad as a March hare, raving mad, out of one's mind, not in one's right mind, neurotic, psychotic; Latin non compos mentis• informal crazy, loopy, loony, mixed up, nuts, nutty, nutty as a fruitcake, bananas, cracked, crackpot, daft, dippy, screwy, with a screw loose, batty, dotty, cuckoo, bonkers, potty, mental, screwed up, not all there, off one's head, out of one's head, out to lunch, a bit lacking, round the bend, round the twist, away with the fairiesBritish sectionableBritish • informal barmy, crackers, barking, barking mad, off one's trolley, off one's rocker, daft as a brush, not the full shilling• dated touched
- And as for the mentally unbalanced people that seem to be attracted to this site remember that hate is not a good thing.
- Is it wrong to not want mentally unbalanced people in your life?
- Some of those she took in were broken, homeless, mentally unbalanced people.
- 2Not giving accurate, fair, or equal coverage to all aspects; partial: this may give an unbalanced impression of the competitionMore example sentences
- Questions of media bias came to the fore as members of the Liberal party machine accused the ABC of unbalanced coverage.
- Opposition indigenous affairs spokesman Kim Carr said the government's policy was unfair, unbalanced and one-sided.
- On this day, of all days, they choose to spread their unfair, unbalanced message, a message that I think can only be fairly understood as expressing hostility to our great country.