disturbed[ dih-sturbd ]SEE DEFINITION OF disturbed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTURBED
“His reverence is taking his after-dinner nap and may not be disturbed,” said the man.
At Nicolosi their rest was disturbed by the distant booming of the mountain.
"But just look at it from my point of view," said the major, disturbed by the appeal.
Also, during the cooling, it should not be disturbed in any way.
The surface of the table is in no way interfered with or disturbed.
I returned again to my old camp, which was not disturbed in my absence.
Its weight, and the great quivering with which it seemed to be unrolled at one turn, disturbed him.
He came away from the play in a disturbed and exalted state.
Even now he was disturbed as to what Fletcher and Fallon might think.
Mainwaring at once saw that his visitor was strangely agitated and disturbed.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DISTURBED
- off balance
- out of control
- weak in the knees
- bundle of nerves
- ill at ease
- on edge
- strung out
- tossing and turning