So the distressful country preserves her old grievance, that she does not even get her time until after England has been served.
The voice of her weeping was like the distressful cry of the slaughtered lamb.
Hardly had he uttered these distressful exclamations when a prolonged note of melody caught his ear.
It was a long night to me, and perhaps the most distressful one I ever spent.
I was so sorry when I heard that it had caused that bloody and distressful war over there in Italy.
At least we are glad to have been in China during these distressful days, just to see how they do it.
Mrs. Gallito, all timorousness again, beat her hands lightly together, in a distressful flurry.
Afraid to miss his train, he did not undress on that distressful night.
The distressful business is for the bad plays that I and other managers sometimes produce.
Well, because it is unpleasant to mebecause it is distressful to me.