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aggrieve to distress or bring grief to; cause to suffer. [1/2 definitions]
ai1 used as an expression of distress, pity, surprise, or the like.
ail to distress or cause illness or discomfort to. [1/2 definitions]
alarm a sudden apprehension marked by distress or anxiety. [1/5 definitions]
anguish to suffer or cause to suffer acute pain or distress. [1/2 definitions]
anxiety a mental state characterized by uneasiness, distress, and worry; apprehension. [1/2 definitions]
arachibutyrophobia the persistent fear of or intense distress caused by peanut butter sticking to the roof of one's mouth.
attack an act intended to cause harm or distress; offensive action. [1/8 definitions]
battle fatigue severe mental distress or disorder resulting from combat in war; combat fatigue. (See shell shock.)
cloud to show anxiety or distress. [1/8 definitions]
coast guard (cap.) a U.S. military service that enforces maritime, customs, and immigration laws, aids vessels in distress, discourages smugglers, and defends the nation's coasts. [1/2 definitions]
comfort to give (someone) relief and strength in trouble or distress. [3/5 definitions]
discomfort uneasiness, pain, or distress of mind or body. [3 definitions]
dismay alarm, confusion, or mental distress. [1/4 definitions]
distraction great mental or emotional distress. [1/3 definitions]
distressed suffering from distress. [1/3 definitions]
extremity a condition of extreme danger or distress. [1/4 definitions]
future shock the physical or psychological distress caused by the inability to adjust to the many technological changes in modern society.
good Samaritan a person who compassionately and unselfishly helps others in distress.
grief intense sorrow or distress, esp. over a loss; anguish. [1/3 definitions]
half-mast a point midway up a ship's mast, at which the flag is flown to signal distress or as a symbol of mourning. [1/2 definitions]