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distraught
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distraught /dis'trɔ:t/
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Concise Dictionary
dɪ'strɔːt
adj.
+deeply agitated especially from emotion
Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
distracted, agitated, troubled, disturbed, upset, perturbed, wrought or worked up, excited, frantic, at (one's) wits' end, overwrought, frenetic, nervous, frenzied, feverish, wild, hysterical, delirious, irrational, crazy, mad, insane, berserk, run(ning) amok:
He is distraught with grief.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
extremely upset and anxious so that you cannot think clearly: She's still too distraught to speak about the tragedy. + The child's distraught parents pleaded for witnesses to contact the police.
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

appear, be, look, seem, sound
She sounded absolutely distraught.
| become | remain
Weeks after the accident she remained distraught.
| leave sb
His mother's death left him utterly distraught.

ADV.

extremely, really, terribly, very | absolutely, completely, quite, utterly

PREP.

at
They were terribly distraught at the news of his accident.


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