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Correct spelling: distress


What does the acronym distress stand for?

DISTRESS abbreviation definitions:

Common misspellings:

districe, disastrious, dystrohy, distruers, misteress, disstres, distroy, disastorious, districk, deistressed, sistres, disoudres, distaser, disress, distigish, distiguise, distrack, distoes, distorders, districs, disatreous, dirctires, distroid, idustries, disstrust, diasterous, distrup, sistress, destroies, disastrus, disagress, dystraphy, dsitress, disters, disasteraus, destrub, disgress, dirsires, distrorts, disstressing, distrory, distroyd, hostress, detress, dsitressed, vistores, dostress, diastorous, distrators, districks.

Examples of usage:

  1. You saw my distress?  A Christmas Posy by Mary Louisa Stewart Molesworth
  2. But among the poorer class there was much distress for lack of food and fuel, for even when the troops had plenty, it was difficult for the patriots to buy.  The Siege of Boston by Allen French
  3. Poor Bessie, it was a hard trial, and now that John had gone and her tears could not distress him, she went into her room and gave way to them freely enough.  Jess by H. Rider Haggard
  4. There's a ship in distress!  Stories and Legends of Travel and History, for Children by Grace Greenwood
  5. " Don't distress yourself, Feemy," said Ussher, " your brother 'll be more himself to- morrow morning; he'll be sorry for what he has said then- and if he is so, I am not the man to remember what any one says when they've taken a little too much punch."  The Macdermots of Ballycloran by Anthony Trollope