“I am distressed by this invasion into my life and the way my life is,” Knox told the civil judge.
I thought, who do I want to know the most about, distressed or violent or crazy people?
Oaktree has more than $80 billion in assets, becoming one of the leading companies worldwide in distressed debt.
late 13c., "circumstance that causes anxiety or hardship," from Old French destresse, from Vulgar Latin *districtia "restraint, affliction, narrowness, distress," from Latin districtus, past participle of distringere "draw apart, hinder," also, in Medieval Latin "compel, coerce," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + stringere "draw tight, press together" (see strain (v.)). Meaning "anguish, suffering; grief" is from c.1300.
distress dis·tress (dĭ-strěs')
Mental or physical suffering or anguish.
Severe strain resulting from exhaustion or trauma.