distressed

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Sense: Noun: mental or physical agony
Synonyms:
agony, worry , anxiety , misery , sorrow , wretchedness, pain , suffering , anguish , dejection, irritation, vexation, ache , heartache, heartbreak, desolation, mortification, affliction, discomfort , trouble , woe (literary), torment, torture, tribulation, grief , angst, dread , mourning , pang
Antonyms:
joy , happiness , relief , contentment, pleasure
Sense: Noun: danger
Synonyms:
danger , trouble , harm's way, jeopardy , risk , need of help, peril , crisis , disaster , misfortune, dire straits, sea of troubles (literary)
Sense: Verb: upset
Synonyms:
trouble , disturb , upset , bother , worry , concern , agitate, pain , depress , stress out (informal), stress , discomfort , alarm , freak out (slang), make sb anxious, weigh heavily on, unsettle, get to, sadden, dismay , perturb, bug , hurt , injure , wound , plague , torment, torture, affect , afflict, harrow, aggrieve, ail (literary), eat (informal), threaten , disquiet, rack , wreak havoc on
Antonyms:
calm , soothe , quiet , relax , settle , settle down, appease, gladden, cheer up, comfort , placate, make happy

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