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Sentence count:94+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-14Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: deplorabledistressfuldisturbinglamentableperturbingpitifulsadsorrytroublingworrisomeworryingSimilar words: distressstressstressedprocessingactresstossingmissingmattressMeaning: [dɪ'stres]  adj. 1. causing distress or worry or anxiety 2. bad; unfortunate. 
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1. I found the story deeply distressing.
2. All who saw the distressing scene revolted against it.
3. She provided emotional support at a very distressing time for me.
4. The divorce was extremely distressing for the children.
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5. The television reports about the famine were particularly distressing.
6. The distressing scene revolted all who saw it.
7. A suffering animal is a distressing sight.
8. It was a very distressing documentary.
9. She witnessed some very distressing scenes.
10. It's distressing enough to find a worm in your apple but finding half of one is worse.
11. It was deeply distressing for him to see his wife in such pain.
12. What could be more distressing than the death of their only child?
13. He described it as 'a most unhappy and distressing case'.
14. 'I have some distressing news for you,' he began solemnly.
15. It is very distressing to see your baby attached to tubes and monitors.
16. There are very occasional technical lapses but nothing distressing.
17. It was distressing to hear her talking like that.
18. He can't talk? the priest murmured: how very distressing.
19. The front page news was shocking and distressing.
20. Distressing, precisely because it was so genuine, so guileless.
21. These illnesses can be very distressing and sometimes dangerous.
22. It was all very violent and distressing to observe at close quarters and the stench really brought it home to me.
23. They came into my hands in a rather distressing, but all too familiar, way.
24. There is obviously something extremely distressing about the whole process of transportation.
25. And he has a most distressing ally in this effort, a media suddenly gone mushy and unfocused.
26. That final dependence may be experienced as distressing or peaceful, but it is not socially problematic.
27. Her vocal range was, to say the least of it, limited, and she had a distressing tendency to sing flat.
28. The general practitioner is a first port of call for people with all manner of distressing circumstances.
29. It will be said that children should maintain their innocence and should be protected from such distressing subjects as bereavement.
30. He begins to moan quietly, but it is not a distressing noise.
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