Pronunciation of Distraught
/d_ɪ_s_t_ɹ_ˈɔː_t/, /dɪstɹˈɔːt/, /dɪstɹˈɔːt/
Antonyms for distraught:
more anesthetized, more alleviated, more comforted, more reassured, most solaced, self-collected, more rescued, re placed, sound, dis-charged, most comforted, more placated, most abated, more abated, pleased, most placated, unworried, more mitigated, most soothed, Soothed, most lightened, unagitated, peaceful, dis-missed, most appeased, more consoled, placid, unshaken, more diminished, relieved, unperturbed, more appeased, dis charged, anesthetized, most consoled, re assured, serene, more soothed, reasonable, balanced, unconcerned, tranquil, self-composed, more allayed, most rescued, coolheaded, most assuaged, more palliated, most anesthetized, untroubled, most allayed, most for, most cared, re-leased, more solaced, re-assured, more eased, most softened, self-possessed, most reassured, separated from, re-placed, composed, more lightened, most alleviated, most pacified, happy, more for, dis missed, most palliated, gladdened, sane, undisturbed, dis-engaged, more salved, cool, calm, dis engaged, re moved, most eased, more pacified, more cared, collected, more mollified, most salved.
Usage examples for distraught:
- " To be sure- yes- yes- of course," the distraught clerk answered. - "Christopher and the Clockmakers", Sara Ware Bassett.
- Emma looked to Joe, and she saddened, because more than at any time during the entire trip, Joe now looked distraught and worried. - "The Lost Wagon", James Arthur Kjelgaard.
- All were ill at ease, distraught, vexed, worried. - "Quit Your Worrying!", George Wharton James.