out of joint
Dislocated, as in Trying to break his fall, he put his shoulder out of joint. [Late 1300s]
See nose out of joint.
Out of order, inauspicious or unsatisfactory, as in The entire lineup of our team is out of joint. Shakespeare had this term in Hamlet (1:5): "The time is out of joint." [Early 1400s]
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