Sentence for distress | Use distress in a sentence

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  • Do not distress me. (4)
  • We see all the distress. (8)
  • The fan showed distress. (10)
  • Do not distress me by the idea. (4)
  • But what could her distress be? (10)
  • Pole wore an aspect of distress. (10)
  • This occasioned Hilary some distress. (8)
  • Dear, I am very sorry to distress you. (10)
  • Dear, I am very sorry to distress you. (22)
  • Our distress, my dear Lizzy, is very great. (4)
  • He was not a weaver of phrases in distress. (10)
  • It would only be giving trouble and distress. (4)
  • There is an expression of distress on hey face. (8)
  • I dare say we shall have nothing to distress us. (4)
  • Come, friend, I am not the only one you distress. (10)
  • No comrade is deserted in affliction or distress. (21)
  • She was moved to an extreme distress by the subject. (10)
  • I have never been reduced to a similar distress before. (9)
  • As soon as she met with Edmund she told him her distress. (4)
  • He bore his parents no grudge in this hour of his distress. (8)
  • She met with nothing, however, to distress or frighten her. (4)
  • Laetitia had not to learn that he had much to distress him. (10)
  • I have thought it over; I should only distress you for nothing. (9)
  • He sat there looking up at her with a sort of whimsical distress. (8)
  • But no sooner was the distress known to Mr. Elton, than it was removed. (4)
  • He was in distress for something that he had left there, and did not find again. (4)
  • With the closing of the door, his anger evaporated, and distress took its place. (8)
  • In this utter distress of his, Christian had become his sole refuge and support. (12)
  • Elinor, affected by his relation, and still more by his distress, could not speak. (4)
  • De Craye remembered the occurrence in the Hall at night, and her aspect of distress. (10)
  • Mrs. Maynard went off in a shriek of laughter; but a deep distress kept Grace silent. (9)
  • Temple was in distress of spirits because of his having been ignominiously bought off. (10)
  • The horror and distress you were involved in, the stretch of mind, the wear of spirits! (4)
  • It is impossible for you to doubt his distress on the morning when he committed this act. (8)
  • She had known it would irritate and distress her; she had known it her duty to keep away. (4)
  • We well know what terrible havoc such distress can make in weak and highly nervous people. (8)
  • In her distress she walks up and doom the room, then goes to the workroom door, and opens it. (8)
  • Annette naturally was in deep distress, and Fellingham postponed the discussion to the morrow. (10)
  • Supposing it possible that they are not engaged, what distress would not such an enquiry inflict! (4)
  • Would to Heaven that anything could be either said or done on my part that might offer consolation to such distress! (4)
  • Once she noted his mute distress at hers, and broke into a little laugh that he found very harrowing. (9)
  • Quite likely she had never seen the sea before, and even in her distress could not resist that sight. (8)
  • But, believe me, you have nothing to fear from this visit; I shall never do anything to distress a woman. (8)
  • He did not reply; he stumbled upon the chairs in following her a pace or two, with a face of acute distress. (9)
  • On board this frigate soon after midnight the watch heard a faint cry of distress proceeding from the river. (19)
  • And if the devil snare me, body and mind, Here gratefully I score:- he seemed kind, When not a soul would comfort my distress! (10)
  • Not one of these things that Nature made her do counted on her side, but how they fanned his longing, his desire, and distress! (8)
  • I was about to disdain to reply, when I saw an old man approaching, with bowed head, apparently in deep distress. (7)
  • Renee sang out to Roland like a bird in distress, and had some trouble not to appear too providentially rescued. (10)
  • Mr. Barclugh lies unconscious with fever, and I do not know to whom he can appeal in his distress but your house. (18)
  • We were only in anxiety and distress during the last two hours, and previously there had been a great deal of enjoyment. (4)
  • But still, even among these fellows, I see danger for the country if our commerce were to fail, if distress came on them. (10)
  • He had been out of his head a great part of the time, and had been forbidden everything that could distress or excite him. (9)
  • I charged her to write to me very often, and to remember that if she were in any distress we should be always her friends. (4)
  • She must have been a happy creature in spite of all that she felt, or thought she felt, for the distress of those around her. (4)
  • Alone with Mrs. Berry, in her bedroom, Lucy gave tongue to her distress, and a second character in the comedy changed her face. (10)
  • Beyond calling her by her Christian name, he did nothing to distress her with the broad aspect of their new relations together. (10)
  • Clementina smiled; she put her hand to her mouth to keep from laughing; but Gregory frowned his distress in the untimely droning. (9)
  • Mr. Vernon declares that he never saw deeper distress than hers, on the receipt of the letter; and is his judgment inferior to mine? (4)
  • She wailed and wept so that the ladies exchanged compassionate looks, and Arabella rose to press her hand and diminish her distress. (10)
  • Emma said it would be awkward; Mrs. Weston was in distress about the supper; and Mr. Woodhouse opposed it earnestly, on the score of health. (4)
  • It would be going only to multiply trouble to the others, and increase his own distress; and a much better scheme followed and was acted upon. (4)
  • Some very grave reproof, or at least the coldest expression of indifference, must be coming to distress her brother, and sink her to the ground. (4)
  • The general, between his cocoa and his newspaper, had luckily no leisure for noticing her; but to the other two her distress was equally visible. (4)
  • This latter was a low-sized, dark-browed man, with round shoulders, and particularly long arms, the disposal of which seemed sadly to distress him. (6)
  • He imagined, and calmly could he imagine it, that her extravagance, and consequent distress, had obliged her to dispose of it for some immediate relief. (4)
  • Besides that, actual fatigue from the wretched conveyance began to distress her, and she was scarcely able to support herself, though assisted by my arm. (6)
  • The honor was wholly unexpected, and it brought Longfellow a distress which was chiefly for the gentleman who had procured him the impossible distinction. (9)
  • She could neither wonder nor condemn, but the belief of his self-conquest brought nothing consolatory to her bosom, afforded no palliation of her distress. (4)
  • The wild carnivora showed much sensitiveness to the electric current, manifesting every symptom of rage and distress when only a single cell was employed. (21)

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