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Correct spelling:
distressed
Definition:
of Distress

Synonyms:

adjective
all
distressed, hard put, in a bad way, hard-pressed.
bad
gloomy, unhappy, troubling.
brokenhearted
inconsolable.
depressed
dysphoric.
disadvantaged
depressed.
disappointed
unsatisfied, down in the dumps, chapfallen, worsted, shot down, hopeless, taken down.
downcast
singing the blues, cast down, bummed out, heartsick, down-in-the-mouth, mopey.
fatigued
tired.
fearful
afraid.
grief-stricken
griefstricken, anguished.
inconsolable
unconsolable.
pained
pained.
panicky
fearsome.
pitiful
scurvy, pitiable.
poor
poverty-stricken, pauper, have-not, down-and-out, squalid, penurious, embarrassed, penniless, dilapidated, scruffy, hand-to-mouth, beggarly, destitute, shabby, impoverished, bankrupt, busted, bereft, homeless, poor.
ruthful
ruthful.
tearful
tearful, blubbery, in tears, teary.
upset
unconsolable, inconsolable, shot down, miffed, jumpy, bothered, wired, troubled, discombobulated, wrecked, unglued, afflicted, distrait, bundle of nerves, Saddened, ripped, jittery, peeved, perturbed, Dragged, shaky, disconsolate, hyper, worried, in a stew, agitated, Exercised, wretched, antsy, in a tizzy, distraught, shook up, bummed out, spooked, shook, harassed, strung out, all torn up, up the wall, tormented, uptight, bugged, anxious, cut up, basket case, fidgety, distracted, concerned.
worried
worried stiff, concerned.
noun
distressed
dysphoric, troubled, disquieted, hard-pressed, in a bad way, stressed, worried, upset, hard put, unhappy, in trouble, disturbed.
verb
displeased
disappointed.
pained
Smarted, tortured, stitched, inflamed, Suffered, Discomforted, irritated, Ached, hurt, Throbbed, pained, agonized, cramped, Wrenched, tormented, afflicted, chafed, anguished, stung, Racked.
punished
fined, punished, Castigated, tried, executed, imprisoned, lambasted, chastened, confined, Keelhauled, persecuted, Incarcerated, Sentenced, Crucified, disciplined, Pilloried, penalized, corrected, burdened, chastised, avenged, reprised, Judged.
Examples of usage:
  1. " Well," he added, in much the same tone he would have used to a distressed child, " what's the trouble?" – Vane of the Timberlands by Harold Bindloss
  2. He stood over her, distressed. – Mr. Waddington of Wyck by May Sinclair
  3. Netty looked gently distressed. – The Vultures by Henry Seton Merriman
  4. Mrs. Bailey is so distressed! – The Chink in the Armour by Marie Belloc Lowndes
  5. Penny inquired, deeply distressed. – The Clock Strikes Thirteen by Mildred A. Wirt

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