Showing signs or symptoms of mental or emotional illness: crimes that could only be committed by a disturbed person. (adjective)
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Use "disturbed" in a sentence
"Cooper, I would not object to your use of the term disturbed psyche in connection with the sensibility profiled here."
"The label disturbed her so much for a while that she vowed to abandon her new style of investigative reporting."
"The anxious call of his name disturbed his concentration."