Sentence for distressing | Use distressing in a sentence

Sentences using the word distressing. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use distressing in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for distressing.

  • Most distressing! (8)
  • Most distressing. (8)
  • Very distressing. (8)
  • This is distressing. (8)
  • It is really too distressing. (4)
  • I see how distressing it is for all of you. (9)
  • I seem to have been distressing you for nothing. (4)
  • We were unarmed, and the spectacle was distressing. (10)
  • A painful case, Roper; very distressing state of things. (8)
  • To Hilary this suspense was, evidently, most distressing. (8)
  • It did not occur to him that his silence was distressing her. (8)
  • The situation is very distressing to me, I worry about it at night. (8)
  • Even now the sight of the man was distressing to an honourable duellist. (10)
  • Rosamund meditated in a distressing doubt of her conscientious truthfulness. (10)
  • The most distressing thing was that we had not a riding-habit in the family. (10)
  • Educate yourself, and you will rise superior to these distressing complaints. (10)
  • Educate yourself, and you will rise superior to these distressing complaints. (22)
  • The cleric acted on this information, with results distressing to a pair of true lovers. (2)
  • The cold light of the morrow combined with his fear of distressing her to restrain him. (10)
  • With an air of being in at the death, she had an almost distressing power of taking care of herself. (8)
  • Being old, and lonely, she has that habit of talking to herself, distressing to those who cannot overhear. (8)
  • Her kind-hearted uncle, you may be sure, was too fearful of distressing her to ask many questions as they travelled. (4)
  • For her own sake, she shrank from hearing intentions, that distressing the good man, she would have to discountenance. (10)
  • There was a disagreable coldness and Forbidding Reserve in her reception of me which was equally distressing and Unexpected. (4)
  • To say truth, I had no sooner finished reading this little book in proof, than I was seized upon by a distressing apprehension. (2)
  • My ability of distressing you during my life would be a species of revenge to which I could hardly stoop under any circumstances. (4)
  • To Anne herself it was most distressing to see Mr Elliot enter the room; and quite painful to have him approach and speak to her. (4)
  • I understood how bound he felt in honour to combat with all his force this attempt to place others in his own distressing situation. (8)
  • Not being allowed to impart the distressing dose of comfort he was charged with, he swallowed it himself; and these were the consequences. (10)
  • His master and the dear ladies would hear of it; perhaps they knew of it now; with them would rest the settlement of the distressing inquiry. (10)
  • That Louisa must remain where she was, however distressing to her friends to be involving the Harvilles in such trouble, did not admit a doubt. (4)
  • The words had escaped him mechanically, for they were those he used to Holly when she had a pain, but their effect was instantaneously distressing. (8)
  • What occurred during that distressing interview has never transpired; but later events prove that Hardshaw had found means to subdue her will to his own. (1)
  • To an imagination which had hoped for the smallest divisions, and the heaviest stone-work, for painted glass, dirt, and cobwebs, the difference was very distressing. (4)
  • Her ladyship is comforting herself meanwhile by strolling along the shrubbery with Reginald, calling forth all his tender feelings, I suppose, on this distressing occasion. (4)

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