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disturbed

Psychiatry emotionally upset, troubled, or maladjusted
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The doctor's composing draught, partially disturbed in its operation for the moment only, had recovered its sedative influence on his brain.
In the disturbed state of my mind, it was useless to think of going to bed, when I at last got back to my chambers in Clement's Inn.
"Certainly--though 'disturbed' is a poor way of expressing her objection."
Kitty disliked the conversation, and she was disturbed both by the subject and the tone in which it was conducted, and also by the knowledge of the effect it would have on her husband.
All that I have attempted to show, is that in two cases, in some respects allied, sterility is the common result,--in the one case from the conditions of life having been disturbed, in the other case from the organisation having been disturbed by two organisations having been compounded into one.
But I am rather bothered at having disturbed you; that's all I care about.--"
"Two weeks ago the public peace had the honor to be disturbed by you."
Felton made a sign that she should not be disturbed; and when all was arranged, he went out quietly with the soldiers.
The fathers of the people, those of fourscore years and upwards, were disturbed, deeming it strange that they should forget one of such evident authority, whom they must have known in their early days, the associate of Winthrop, and all the old councillors, giving laws, and making prayers, and leading them against the savage.
D'Artagnan was certainly less disturbed by all this than M.
"I beg your pardon for addressing you," he said, "but I perceive that you are disturbed in mind.
"I am so sorry," he said softly, "that you should have been disturbed, Mr.