distraught[ dih-strawt ]SEE DEFINITION OF distraught
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTRAUGHT
She burst into a little peal of laughter as she looked into his distraught face.
The children were distraught and restless, and things went wrong.
I should have known that she was not herself, that she was frightened and nervous and distraught.
She was ill, distraught, perhaps even—God help her I—perhaps even mad.
In her distraught state of mind she had scarcely pondered that contingency.
"I am distraught, Madonna——" he began, when she cut him short.
Her distraught brain was overwhelmed with thoughts she could not put into words.
But the poor chap, quite naturally, is distraught at the moment.
Distraught, faltering, reeling, Charles wandered about the room.
His distraught air and the tone told of some threatening danger.