Etymology
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unstrung (adj.)

1590s, "with strings relaxed" (of a harp, etc.), from un- (1) "not" + past participle of string (v.). Transferred sense of "weakened, unnerved" is recorded from 1690s.

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Definitions of unstrung

unstrung (adj.)
emotionally upset;
the incident left him unstrung and incapable of rational effort
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