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Distressed | Definition of Distressed by Merriam-Webster

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feeling or showing extreme unhappiness or pain. : not having enough money : experiencing financial trouble. —used to describe something (such as a piece of  ...

Distressed - definition of distressed by The Free Dictionary

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Suffering distress: the distressed parents of wayward youths. 2. a. Economically blighted; impoverished: distressed communities. b. At risk of being foreclosed ...

Distress | Define Distress at Dictionary.com

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Distress definition, great pain, anxiety, or sorrow; acute physical or mental suffering; affliction; trouble. See more.

distressed - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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You feel worn out and pulled in different directions — which rings true to the word's origin: the Latin word districtus, meaning "drawn apart." Being distressed ...

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Distressed definition, affected with or suffering from distress. See more.

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See the word stress hanging out at the end of distress? There's a good reason for that. The noun distress refers to a state of severe anxiety or strain, often ...

distress Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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distress definition, meaning, what is distress: a feeling of extreme worry, sadness, or pain: . Learn more.

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Top Definition. distressed. Clothing that is ripped/made dirty during the manufacturing process, which for some reason makes it more desirable and expensive ...

distressed - definition of distressed in English from the Oxford ...

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Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences, English to English reference content. ... 1Suffering from extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain: I was distressed at the ...

distress - definition of distress in English from the Oxford dictionary

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Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences, English to English reference content. ... 1Extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain: to his distress he saw that she was  ...

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dis┬Ětressed
[dih-strest]
ADJECTIVE
1.
affected with or suffering from distress.
2.
(of merchandise or property for sale) damaged, out-of-date, or used.
3.
(of real estate) foreclosed and offered for sale.
4.
(of furniture) purposely blemished or marred so as to give an antique appearance.
5.
(of fabric) made or processed to appear faded or wrinkled, as if from long, steady use: Our best-selling jeans are the ones in distressed denim.
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