Disturbed [adjective]

Definition of Disturbed:

disturbed physically

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Sentence/Example of Disturbed:

I slept some hours, but was perpetually disturbed with dreams of the place I had left, and the dangers I had escaped.

She is, however, a severe critic of her own work and is greatly disturbed by indiscriminating praise.

But Mary had gone home after dressing her mistress, and the fat boy came back again more disturbed than before.

He ruminated a little with a most disturbed expression of face, and left the room in search of Mary.

With both Tom and me it was friendship at first sight, and nothing until the final severance came ever disturbed its course.

By man or Nature I never saw him ruffled or in the least degree disturbed.

My chief was as kind and considerate as ever, and I confided to him the thoughts that disturbed me.

Often on the street the glance of strange eyes had lingered in her memory, and sometimes had disturbed her.

The piper was taken away senseless, but my brother would not suffer either Joe or Alley to be disturbed till breakfast was ready.

She opened the door before the visitor could knock, so that Mrs. Morse would not be disturbed.