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used in The Magic Mountain

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extremely distressed—typically with worry or grief
  • Gathering her skirts in one hand, she bent low as she took those two steps, and with her other small, heavily ringed hand, she pressed a handkerchief to her mouth—above it, her large, pale, distraught eyes stared at nothing.
    4.7 - Doubts and Considerations (94% in)
  • It was not until very late the evening before that it occurred to Hans Castorp, who was very distraught, that it would be necessary to have a doctor present on the field of battle.
    7.9 - The Great Petulance (82% in)

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