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disturbed

[dih-sturbd]
adjective
1.
marked by symptoms of mental illness: a disturbed personality.
2.
agitated or distressed; disrupted: disturbed seas; a disturbed situation.
noun
3.
(used with a plural verb) persons who exhibit symptoms of neurosis or psychosis (usually preceded by the ).

Origin:
1585–95; disturb + -ed2

undisturbed, adjective
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disturbed (dɪˈstɜːbd)
 
adj
psychiatry emotionally upset, troubled, or maladjusted

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disturb
early 13c., from L. disturbare "throw into disorder," from dis- "completely" + turbare "to disorder, disturb," from turba "turmoil." Disturbed "emotionally or mentally unstable" is from 1904. Related: Disturbing.
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