- adj.心神错乱的; 几乎发狂的; 忧心如焚的;
I became a distraught, worried mother, a useless role if ever there was one.
I was distraught and let out a bellow of tearful rage.
Weeks after the accident she remained distraught.
She sounded absolutely distraught.
Her distraught mother had spent all night waiting by the phone.
Here he was not surprised to meet Stener just coming out, looking very pale and distraught.
I was two months old when my distraught father sent me to Mother's favorite sister.
He looked distraught and haggard.
His distraught parents were being comforted by relatives.
Distraught, the man is forced to leave.
Everyone who loved the pair was distraught.
My parents, who knew even less about vegetarianism than I did, were distraught.
Distraught with grief, I signed away my rights to the property.
Allen died in 1964, at the age of 58, and Burns was distraught.
Echo was so distraught over the death of Narcissus that she too soon passed away.
Another is distraught after an offer of a permanent job was withdrawn.
She has been distraught since recently breaking up with her boyfriend.
Distraught and lonely, the old man faced the upcoming Christmas holidays with anguish and sadness.
She was plainly distraught.
The man is distraught and answers that he has no computer and therefore also no email.
A distraught man ran into the doctor's office. " doctor ! " he screamed, " I've lost my memory! "
一个狂男冲进诊所, 对着医生大喊: “ 我丢失了我的记忆! ”
That could explain why older cancer patients often distraught than younger people, she says.
She is very distraught I think that she needs to be alone.
When it doesn't, you'll feel angry, frustrated, emotionally distraught, and betrayed.
如果市场没帮你, 你感到愤怒 、 受挫 、 情绪错乱 、 背叛.
Deeply distraught over this loss, Regina spent many years in mourning.
Ben was distraught at his stupidity for allowing this bill to grow so large.
The children took themselves away early, for their parents were silent, distraught, and strangely unentertaining.
——英汉文学 - 三万元遗产
In every ordinary day, a distraught in every moment.
1. deeply agitated especially from emotion;
"distraught with grief"