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Adjective
Emotionally upset or distressed
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“Just as there were hurt feelings when she and Lewes had departed for Germany, so many of her friends now were disturbed by the news of her marriage.”
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Having or resulting from emotional and mental problems
“He made a grunting sound, shaking his head for a moment like a disturbed mental patient.”
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Having had the normal pattern or functioning disrupted
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“The daytime hypersomnolence is related to their disturbed sleep.”
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Displaying a lack of sensibleness or good judgment
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Feeling annoyed, frustrated or worried about something
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Made uneasy by a guilty conscience
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Vigorously disturbed or agitated, especially by the elements
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Deeply moved emotionally
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Having the characteristic of being troublesome or unruly
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Feeling confused mentally
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Out of place, or having been moved
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Characterized by behavior that will negatively impact others, especially mentally or emotionally
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In emotional pain
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Having a feeling of giddiness or dizziness
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Excited, confused, or disorderly
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Overwhelmed with emotion
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To have thrown into a state of distress marked by confusion
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“Excuse me, I don't mean to disturb you, but there's something I just have to tell you.”
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To have thrown into disorder
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Past tense for to cause to feel alarmed or worried
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“The Queen of England is very suspicious lest the King should come to terms with Spain, which would greatly disturb her.”
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Past tense for to cause to feel distressed, saddened or upset
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“Her own devoted nurse was very sick in bed that day, and they did not venture at first to disturb her with news of her missing pet.”
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Past tense for to cause to feel annoyed, angered or resentful
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“I must say that your arrogance does disturb me greatly.”
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Past tense for to interrupt the normal flow of, such as of sleep, relaxation, privacy, etc.
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“Why is it that these wicked thoughts become active precisely at night to disturb us during our sleep?”
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Past tense for to physically agitate or stir up
“A gentle wind out of the northwest was not sufficient to disturb the surface of the lake, which, like a giant mirror, reflected the wide expanse of sky.”
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Past tense for to provoke or instigate someone into action
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Past tense for to obstruct or get in the way of an operation or process
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Past tense for to tease, typically in a good-natured way
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Past tense for to influence, usually emotionally
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Past tense for to put into a new position
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Past tense for to knock or force out of position
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Past tense for encroach or intrude on
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Past tense for to interfere in matters that are not one's concern
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Past tense for to shake or vibrate jerkily or nervously
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(usually in the negative) Past tense for to handle, especially in order to interfere with, alter, or otherwise affect
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Past tense for to continue to bring up as a point of contention
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Past tense for disturb the status quo
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Past tense for cause trouble
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Past tense for to stop or interrupt an action, process or operation
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Past tense for to tear (something) into pieces
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Past tense for to undermine or compromise the integrity of something
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Past tense for to capture or attack suddenly and unexpectedly
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