disturbed


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Synonyms for disturbed

Synonyms for disturbed

having the place or position changed

Related Words

afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief

emotionally unstable and having difficulty coping with personal relationships

affected with madness or insanity

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And now, being a trifle choleric in his temperament, the lieutenant-governor uplifted the heavy hilt of his sword, wherewith he so beat and banged upon the door, that, as some of the bystanders whispered, the racket might have disturbed the dead.
But I wouldn't have done it if I had known he was a Professor; therefore my conscience was not disturbed.
But concerning his subjects, when affairs outside are disturbed he has only to fear that they will conspire secretly, from which a prince can easily secure himself by avoiding being hated and despised, and by keeping the people satisfied with him, which it is most necessary for him to accomplish, as I said above at length.
I am here, Sir Governor, because the cry of an oppressed people hath disturbed me in my secret place; and beseeching this favor earnestly of the Lord, it was vouchsafed me to appear once again on earth, in the good old cause of his saints.
Well, good-bye, and forgive me for having disturbed you
D'Artagnan was certainly less disturbed by all this than M.
Pierre disturbed the symmetry by moving a chair for himself, and Berg and Vera immediately began their evening party, interrupting each other in their efforts to entertain their guest.
This had got on Hook's nerves; it made his iron claw twitch, and at night it disturbed him like an insect.
But when I had finished reading, and done the half of a seam, with Nancy's capacious brass thimble fitted on to my finger by means of a roll of paper, I was disturbed by the entrance of Mr.
The manager, who appeared upon the scene as though by magic, and upon whose face was an expression of horror that his clients should have been so disturbed, quickly gave his orders.
Jupiter, disturbed by the noise of their croaking, inquired the cause of their complaint.
I don't know what you are," replied the Writer of Fables, deeply disturbed.
In taking down the body the men disturbed the loose, friable earth of the slope below it, disclosing human bones already nearly uncovered by the action of water and frost.
Hawver sprang from his chair, manifestly disturbed.
Nothing was audible; no sounds but the ordinary sounds of the street disturbed the dreadful silence.