Thesaurus / discomforted


None of the wayfarers was discomforted by the foul thing which hung upon his neck.

"Let me show you out," said Beth, and the discomforted lady found herself ushered into the street without further ceremony.

The Beth BookSarah Grand

That was bad, for the lady was tired in body and discomforted in heart.

"Tom, I hoped you loved me that much," said Aunt Polly, with a grieved tone that discomforted the boy.

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, CompleteMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

Mrs. P., not in the least discomforted by our position, was soon nodding in her chair, and I felt very much alone.

To and Through NebraskaFrances I. Sims Fulton

These had been her words, and they discomforted him greatly.

The Duke's ChildrenAnthony Trollope

Distressed and discomforted he stood before the ruin in his home, under the eyes of his neighbours.

On the way Hamersley and Wilder, most discomforted of all, have made them aware of it.

The Lone RancheCaptain Mayne Reid

A warm grasp of the hand from each was the only reply, and I turned once more to my discomforted friends the Guerillas.

For all this tender and beautiful side of human nature they substitute only the discomforted feelings of defeat.

Villa ElsaStuart Henry

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