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distraught
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
extremely distressed—typically with worry or grief
  • She still couldn't believe her beloved "daddy" had been so lost and distraught that he took his own life.
    p. 569.8
  • Both were crying, distraught, almost inconsolable.
    p. 369.4
  • Angry, distraught men, rural types raised around guns and rifles and upset enough to do something drastic.
    p. 370.4

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