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  • His warm canteen was empty, and he was too distraught to remember the lister bag hanging outside in the shade between the two tents.
  • The poor woman was totally distraught for almost a full week.
  • His globular, exophthalmic eyes were quite distraught.
  • In the morning he ran looking for Luciana in all the French offices he could find, but nobody knew what he was talking about, and then he ran in terror, so jumpy, distraught and disorganized that he just had to keep running in terror somewhere, to the enlisted men’s apartment for the squat maid in the lime-colored panties, whom he found dusting in Snowden’s room on the fifth floor in her drab brown sweater and heavy dark skirt.

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  • "If we go up there and start hugging people and crying and attempting things that make no sense with people who have no chance—all because we’re distraught . it’ll just hurt more folks in the long run.
    James Dashner  --  The Kill Order
  • My father gave money instead and she was distraught, saying that wasn’t the same.
    Malala Yousafzai  --  I Am Malala

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