Dement

• (a.) Demented; dementate. • (v. t.) To deprive of reason; to make mad.
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Dement

De·ment' adjective [ Latin demens , - mentis .] Demented; dementate. [ R.] J. H. Newman.
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Dement

De·ment' transitive verb [ Latin dementare , from demens , -mentis , out of one's mind, mad; de + mens mind. See Mental , and confer Dementate .] To deprive of reason; to make mad. [ R.] Bale.
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dement

dement Being out of one's mind. From dement, to cause to become mad, raving, crazy; literally, 'out of one's mind'. Legally, a form of mental disorder in which cognitive and intellectual functions of the mind are prominently affected; impairment of memory is an early sign; total recovery is thought to be impossible since organic cerebral disease ...
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