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Distressing in a sentence

There are distressing news, I'm afraid.
My fascination with him was distressing.
It is distressing how often we repeat ourselves.
But none of that was as distressing as his eyes.
However, not all stress is negative or distressing.
The third thing he noticed was the most distressing.
It seems very uncomfortable, not to say distressing.

These poor people had been through distressing times.
This was awful: embarrassing, awkward and distressing.
She listened as one distressing detail followed another.
The other distressing issue was her lack of trust in Tadeo.
Fridays, Fred noted, arrived with a distressing regularity.
Nevertheless, we can suppress the more distressing symptoms.
Again, my mind was a flood of distressing thoughts and images.
It was very distressing then, and it is very distressing now.
Therefore, the preset imbroglio, however distressing, could not.
Madeleine has gone mad!' you do not believe me! that is distressing.
Alas, I have still to recount the most distressing period of my life.
The last was both a happy occurrence and a distressing one for Loric.
It is very distressing, because who—? That’s the question!.
But one distressing circumstance totally thwarted the Canadian's plans.
This can become very distressing for the child as well as for the parent.
When that happens it can be quite distressing unless you know what to do.
When that happens, it can be quite distressing, unless you know what to do.
And yet at the same time it was utterly distressing because this was their end.
The attitude of his mother, on the other hand, was distressing and disturbing.
A series of distressing hallucinatory episodes suggested a profound downturn.
But to what does all this lead? I seem to have been distressing you for nothing.
And so, perhaps, it was, but what was distressing Grushenka he did not understand.
Now to hear that it had been for, at least from this perspective, was distressing.
But how am I to portray the thousand deaths I died wanting to avoid distressing you.
Casaubon had left the property away from her—which would not be so very distressing.
Some intense associations of a most distressing nature were vividly recalled, I think.
The seizures under this decree were consequently great and distressing to our merchants.
It was horror for the sake of horror, which is always distressing, and it was a failure.
By night, his mind was held firmly in the grip of a distressing and dreadful uncertainty.
The thought was like the ache of an old wound, painful but too familiar to be distressing.
On the other hand, I wondered if the distressing news was Stratoss way of keeping us apart.
Padraig cleared his throat wondering what he could tel her without distressing his soul mate.
It was all too distressing, to which I used the old eye signal to Julia to get her to do coffee.
He was not distressed either.
But her warning distressed him.
Either way, she was distressed.
She was distressed whenever Mr.
A person is distressed by heat.
It distressed me for a long while.
Puller sat back feeling distressed.
She sounds distressed, she said.
A woman's voice nearby; distressed.
Maud was distressed more than angry.
The thought has often distressed me.
The streets of the distressed city.
But once more pensive and distressed.
I have said that they were distressed.
Zoe looked distressed at the revelation.
What is the matter? you are distressed.
She had never seen him that distressed.
My son was truly distressed and crying.
Sorrowing, anguish, and distressed are.
The naked body of the girl distressed Max.
No, no, Helen! I stopped, distressed.
Gandalf! ' cried Sam, angry and distressed.
Camilla was distressed, as a discreet and.
The boy was distressed at not being trusted.
A-a-matter of business--don't be distressed.
In love with who? He sounded distressed.
The distressed young man shook his head again.
Everyone was greatly distressed by this snake.
They looked distressed and started running away.
Iomai’s distressed shares had fallen below $1.
Sharpie appeared distressed as she looked at Ben.
None shall reach it but those most distressed.
It sounded distressed … again she heard it ….
I learned that he always did this when distressed.
WHEREIN IS TOLD THE DISTRESSED DUENNA'S TALE OF HER.
The doctor saw that it was a distressed birth, and.
When her parents saw her, they were badly distressed.
The distressed father gently called out the elderly.
All affairs start when we are down hearted distressed.
But you were distressed so lately, angry with Liputin.
Distresses and what follows them.
It is, of all distresses, the coldest.
The distresses of possible alternatives did not disturb her.
Now my heart is all broken and is ready to hear the sad voices and distresses.
But I—it shall go no further now—it distresses you—I am as surprised as you are.
Then they cry unto the LORD in their trouble, and he saves them out of their distresses.
He said: I recognize that this sifting of the kingdom distresses you, but it is unavoidable.
The mercantile distresses have been described, with every possible exaggeration, as insufferable.
To describe their distresses and to eulogize their valor and patriotism, is one of the topics of the day.
He would then have suffered under the pecuniary distresses which, because they are removed, he now reckons as nothing.
So, God afflicts this man with sorts of troubles, calamities, anguishes, and distresses that make him invoke and resort to his Creator.
It distresses me to say so, Your Eminence, but I couldn’t possibly move any large proportion of the entire Host under these conditions.
Fanny, being always a very courteous listener, and often the only listener at hand, came in for the complaints and the distresses of most of them.
That sounds ill-natured: but she was so proud it became really impossible to pity her distresses, till she should be chastened into more humility.
That sounds ill-natured: but she was so proud, it became really impossible to pity her distresses, till she should be chastened into more humility.
I begged the house-maid to come up stairs with me (servants always feel for the distresses of poverty, and so would the rich if they knew what it was).
O turn to them and have mercy upon them, bring them out of their distresses; look upon their affliction and their pain, but especially forgive all their sin.
The earthquake at the latter place was so destructive, that the emperor, in order to relieve the distresses of the inhabitants, remitted its tribute for five years.
It distresses me that you should hear the news of my trial from the daily newspaper, when we have known each other a lifetime and never broached such a personal subject.
He who could take Cervantes' distresses together with his apparatus for enduring them would not make so bad a bargain, perhaps, as far as happiness in life is concerned.
Therefore I am well content with weaknesses, with insults, with distresses, with persecutions, with difficulties, for Christ’s sake; for when I am weak, then I am strong.
His word for it, Virginia planters would not be taxed to support such a war—a war which must aggravate their present distresses; in which they had not the remotest interest.
There are birds in the clouds, just as there are angels above human distresses; but what can they do for him? They sing and fly and float, and he, he rattles in the death agony.
Thus they will be freed from all that distresses them and will turn back to enjoy the bliss and the heavenly gardens for which they have been created by performing good deeds and charity.
His demands and your inexperience together, on a small, very small income, must have brought on distresses which would not be the less grievous to you, from having been entirely unknown and unthought of before.
If we think about the diseases that attack man at this time, we see that they are the worries and distresses in chests, they can only be removed by the light of the book of Allah, it is what can protect man from every hardship.
My husband was sure that whoever would come round, 'if' they came around he qualified, would most certainly focus on the appearances of the damage and pay no heed at all to the root and cause of our current distresses, he said.
But, as there are strong objections to the renewal upon the score of expediency, and as the distresses which will attend the dissolution of the bank have been greatly exaggerated, I will ask your indulgence for a few moments longer.
The object, sir, of our present deliberations is, or ought to be, to relieve our country from the distresses under which it groans; to do this, we should be prepared to legislate with a single eye to the welfare and happiness of the nation.
At that moment a little accident supervened, which seemed decreed by fate purposely to prove the truth of the adage, that misfortunes never come singly, and to add to their distresses the vexing one of the slip between the cup and the lip.
Elinor was to be the comforter of others in her own distresses, no less than in theirs; and all the comfort that could be given by assurances of her own composure of mind, and a very earnest vindication of Edward from every charge but of imprudence, was readily offered.
The dissolution of this institution, which from its limitation, will expire on the fourth of March next, has been portrayed in colors of the darkest shades, and the distresses which many maintain will be consequent to that event, call seriously for a fair and deliberate investigation.
If the stormy wind be raised, which lifteth up the waves, so that they are at their wits end, deliver them out of their distresses, make the storm a calm, and bring them to their desired haven: And O that those who are delivered may praise the Lord for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men.
Up to now she had rejoiced in her condition whenever he mentioned it, and indeed he could see no reason for any other attitude; she had apparently felt very little that was not pleasant during the whole time, known none of those distresses he had heard that women sometimes endure, been healthily free from complications.
But, sir, how happens it that we still remain under the distresses occasioned by the belligerents? Is there, indeed, a physical impossibility of removing them? From Great Britain, and that, too, when she had the whole continent on her side, we could once obtain justice, not only for the past, but security for the future.
God said to Adam Since you have disobeyed my commandment and obeyed your wife cursed is the ground in your labours; For whenever you labour in it and it will not give of its strength; thorns and thistles shall it raise for you and in the sweat of your face shall you eat your bread; And you shall be in distresses of many kinds.
God said to Adam, Since you have disobeyed my commandment, and obeyed your wife, cursed is the ground in your labours; For whenever you labour in it, and it will not give of its strength; thorns and thistles shall it raise for you, and in the sweat of your face shall you eat your bread; And you shall be in distresses of many kinds.
If there be a man in the nation who can witness with unfeeling apathy the distresses of his fellow-citizens, he would have figured in Smithfield in the bloody reign of Queen Mary of England, in binding heretics to the stake; or in the sanguinary time of Robespierre, in adding victims to the guillotine; but he is unworthy the blessings of a free Government.
But Lise, Lise, mercy on us, how she distresses me! Would you believe it, one night, four days ago, just after you saw her last time, and had gone away, she suddenly had a fit, screaming, shrieking, hysterics! Why is it I never have hysterics? Then, next day another fit, and the same thing on the third, and yesterday too, and then yesterday that aberration.
The distresses which will follow the dissolution of the Bank of the United States, especially in the great commercial cities, have been forcibly described in the plain testimonies of the committee of mechanics and manufacturers from Philadelphia—a committee selected wholly from the democratic party; distresses which were sufficient to move a heart of stone.

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He could feel her distress.
She was in great distress.
It flashes a distress call.
I was no damsel in distress.
He was in terrible distress.
Do not show distress Sabrina.
Your distress does you credit.
The cry of an animal in distress.
It causes marked distress and is.
There will be a time of distress.
He noticed my distress and stopped.
In my distress I called upon the.
She could feel Josie’s distress.
I parted from them in deep distress.
My God, what distress it caused me!.
She hated to see him in such distress.
Kate's voice was filled with distress.
I distress you; I draw fast to an end.
This was no dainty damsel in distress.
Distress call from Brimm Station, sir.
Ket was displaying symptoms of distress.
I didn’t send out a distress call.
She returned in distress to her invalid.
Donovan did not make a distress call.
Anup wakes up and whimpers his distress.
The work eased her distress about Madge.
Some were badly injured and in distress.
And indeed, she showed signs of distress.
I saw her distress and I was not mistaken.
Caramarin looked at his cell with distress.
This is a female shark in serious distress.
This is why they assist us in our distress.
Be not agitated, or in distress (troubled).
To be served in distress is to be caressed.
There was no hint of distress or even anger.
Not for nothing are flares a distress signal.
The Five Basic Truths of Distress Investing.
The time of distress is the last 3 ½ years.
THE FIVE BASIC TRUTHS OF DISTRESS INVESTING.
Some would have periods of extreme distress.