distressful

[ dih-stres-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF distressful
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Your presence here is offensive to me and distressful to my niece.'

The voice of her weeping was like the distressful cry of the slaughtered lamb.

Sin beautiful at the start—oh, how sad, how distressful at the last!

These Russian novelists have too distressful a point of view.

At sound of a rocket the distressful cry, "A wreck, a wreck!"

It was a long night to me, and perhaps the most distressful one I ever spent.

At least we are glad to have been in China during these distressful days, just to see how they do it.

Afraid to miss his train, he did not undress on that distressful night.

We ran a block at second speed, and no distressful noise did I hear.

Well, because it is unpleasant to mebecause it is distressful to me.

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