Definitions for distraught
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deeply agitated especially from emotion
"distraught with grief"
Deeply hurt, saddened, or worried; distressed.
His distraught widow cried for days, feeling very alone.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from distract.
He had been a good military man in his days, but was then distraught of his wits. William Camden, Remains.
Distraught is a state of being deeply upset, worried, anxious, or emotionally distressed, often to a point that one cannot think clearly or behave normally.
torn asunder; separated
Etymology: [OE. distract, distrauht. See Distract, a.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
dis-trawt′, adj. distracted: perplexed. [See Distract.]
The numerical value of distraught in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of distraught in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Red Star Belgrade was an act of hostility and a terrible tragedy... I am distraught, We had been warning the Turkish authorities for two days prior to the game that it was going to be a high-risk match and we are now trying to make sure that all Red Star fans leave Turkey safely as soon as possible. .
I couldn't see for a moment because my eyes were so watery and I was distraught, I was in a state of mind, I had no idea what was happening. I was almost about to black out. And I grabbed it and I started swinging.
He was distraught as he learned of the devastation.
Jasper Spires’re pretty distraught that Police Chief Lanier was released for a similar if not less deadly crime two days earlier, it led to a direct line to my nephew’s death.
I know it seems like a lot of money to spend on an operation for a goldfish, but what was the alternative? i think [we have] a social responsibility to look after our pets, and I know my daughter would have been distraught if anything had happened to the goldfish.
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- verst, außer sich, aufgelöst, verstörtGerman
- destrozado, afligido, perturbado, trastornado, deshechoSpanish
- colpito, distruttoItalian
- keka, auhiMāori
- perturbado, transtornadoPortuguese
- огорчённый, смятённый, расстроенныйRussian
- upprörd, förkrossadSwedish
- quẫn tríVietnamese
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