Deeply agitated, as from emotional conflict.(adjective)
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Use "distraught" in a sentence
"(CROSSTALK) GERAGOS: She sounded exactly as distraught, which is either goes to her innocence or goes to the fact that you really can't rely on that kind of evidence."
"She was staring at me, and her expression was distraught."
"Do you recall the distraught lady in _Ruddigore_, who was always charmed into silence by the mystic word "Basingstoke"?"