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Correct spelling: distressingly


Common misspellings:

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Examples of usage:

  1. The man evidently remained unconscious, in fact had barely moved; while the moan that Kirkwood heard, had been distressingly faint.  The Black Bag by Louis Joseph Vance
  2. The good roads of Belgium are as good as those anywhere to be found, and it is only the unlooked for and distressingly frequent stretches of paved highway which need give any concern.  The Automobilist Abroad by M. F. (Milburg Francisco) Mansfield
  3. He seldom comes to close quarters with hunted men or beasts till the life is well out of them; and so in this war he has shown himself a not too scrupulous sportsman, rather than a soldier, to the undoing of many a scout; and in this fashion, as well as by white flag treachery, the adventurous Australians have distressingly often been victimised.  With the Guards' Brigade from Bloemfontein to Koomati Poort and Back by Edward P. Lowry
  4. In the Atrium she had found her legs kept up their old habits of getting into strange postures, her feet seemed distressingly in evidence, and her knees always in the wrong place.  The Unwilling Vestal by Edward Lucas White