troubled

[ truhb-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF troubled

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The unaccountable change in Eudora's character perplexed and troubled her.

They were both silent for a few moments; and Eudora's countenance was troubled.

It was an element of spasmodic conscience than he saw here, and it troubled him.

It troubled him—the insistent feeling of the eyes which had been upon him.

I was, in a manner, forced to work, yet I was uneasy and troubled in my mind.

But what troubled her most of all was that he should be so careless about the wrong he had done, whatever it was.

It was plain he was troubled; plain too he was only waiting for the coverture of the house to speak.

The master-shipman looked at the knight with a troubled face.

For a few seconds, the young man stared at her with troubled eyes.

Madam, you have interrupted me in the middle of my period, and have troubled my memory.

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