deranged (part of speech: verb)
disorganized, whipped, confounded, mixed up muddled, confused, roughened, jumbled, messed, rumpled, mislaid, troubled, convulsed, rummaged, tumbled, upset, discomposed, tossed, capsized, ruffled, botched, displaced, disturbed, tousled, swirled, rippled, hashed, misplaced, mussed, perturbed, cluttered, agitated, scrambled, disarranged, fermented, deranged, blurred, roiled, disheveled, scattered, tampered, dislocated, meddled, disordered, churned
- After a critical survey of Manti and vicinity, J. C. had climbed aboard his private car to be whisked to New York, where he reported to his Board of Directors that Manti would one day be one of the greatest commercial centers of the West. - "'Firebrand' Trevison", Charles Alden Seltzer.
- The reins which I held loosely were whisked away, and before it was possible to recover them both horses had bolted. - "The Mistress of Bonaventure", Harold Bindloss.
- Space etiquette demanded that he escort the Martian to his stateroom first, for the four- armed little gray man was senior to a mere organicus officer; when he returned to the mess hall, he found that Joe Silver had whisked Circe away to show her the new improvements in space drives and other technical details. - "The Giants From Outer Space", Geoff St. Reynard.