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    • Suffering distress: the distressed parents of wayward youths.
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distressed definition

  • adjective:
    • Suffering distress: the distressed parents of wayward youths.
    • Damaged or previously used: troubled merchandise.
    • Having already been foreclosed and offered available, generally at a high price below marketplace worth: distressed real-estate.
    • deliberately marred or faded to mention a classic or used appearance: troubled furnishings; troubled denim.
    • anxious or uneasy
    • damaged
    • supplied available after property foreclosure
    • faded or abused to be able to appear old, or traditional
    • Suffering stress: the troubled parents of wayward youths.
    • wrecked or previously used: troubled product.
    • Having been foreclosed and offered for sale, usually at a price below market price: troubled real estate.
    • deliberately marred or faded to convey an antique or used appearance: distressed furnishings; distressed denim.
    • nervous or uneasy
    • damaged
    • offered obtainable after property foreclosure
    • faded or mistreated to appear old, or antique
    • facing or experiencing monetary trouble or trouble.
    • experienceing a generalized feeling of stress.
    • suffering extreme real strain or discomfort.
    • emotionally upset.
    • generalized feeling of stress
    • facing or experiencing economic difficulty or trouble.
    • experienceing a generalized feeling of distress.
    • enduring serious physical strain or stress
    • facing or experiencing economic difficulty or trouble
    • suffering from or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief
    • enduring serious physical stress or discomfort.
    • emotionally annoyed.
    • generalized feeling of distress
    • suffering extreme physical stress or distress
    • facing or experiencing financial trouble or difficulty
    • suffering from or marked by nervous uneasiness or difficulty or grief
    • Suffering distress: the distressed parents of wayward youths.
    • wrecked or previously used: troubled merchandise.
    • Having already been foreclosed and offered available, often at a cost below marketplace worth: distressed real-estate.
    • deliberately marred or faded to convey an antique or made use of appearance: troubled furnishings; distressed denim.
    • anxious or uneasy
    • damaged
    • supplied obtainable after property foreclosure
    • faded or abused in order to appear old, or classic
    • facing or experiencing economic difficulty or difficulty.
    • experienceing a generalized sense of stress.
    • enduring serious physical strain or disquiet.
    • emotionally annoyed.
    • generalized sense of stress
    • enduring serious actual strain or stress
    • dealing with or experiencing economic difficulty or difficulty
    • afflicted with or marked by nervous uneasiness or difficulty or grief
  • verb:
    • Easy past tight and past participle of stress.
    • Easy past tight and past participle of distress.
    • Simple past tense and past participle of stress.
  • others:
    • troubled stress; interesting shame; miserable: as, an unhealthy troubled item of charity. In addition distrest.
    • enduring stress; exciting pity; miserable: as, an undesirable distressed item of charity. Also distrest.
    • Suffering stress; interesting shame; unhappy: as, an undesirable distressed object of charity. In addition distrest.
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