use distress in a sentence.
My landlord will likely be fairly distressed with this news.
It distresses me that so many people can't appreciate Naggum's genius :(
I first read destressed as distressed, and wondered why anyone would want that.
It is distresssing to see how many mistakes we made.
Naw, distressed wood and leather are fine, if they are thick to begin with .
Can you explain how his personal wealth, is related to his emotional distress over this case?
I distress that a flippant bit of colour can derail my point.
As tpateck pointed out, the correct scenario is that the owners are distressed, aka, need to sell to get through the estate tax.
Sadly, most of the statistics community continues to ignore your pithy lesson, to the great distress of all involved.
It might be a nice device if you can pick one up very cheap as a distressed stock purchase...
About as sensationalist a title as the recent 'Woman in distress, nipple falls off' I've seen by a local paper.
As someone who strongly values my First Amendment rights, an image of this statue would certainly cause me emotional distress.
Although they have certainly overused it since, Nintendo's two main franchises (Mario and Zelda) are "Damsel-in-distress" based.
How about a distress code password that you can give them which when used triggers a self-destruct mechanism.
It resolved a serious problem with pica, which was putting the kid in constant physical distress.