Distressed vs. Destressed: What's the Difference?
Distressed and Destressed Definitions
The distressed parents of wayward youths.
Simple past tense and past participle of destress
Economically blighted; impoverished
At risk of being foreclosed on
Distressed real estate.
For sale at a low price, as from being damaged, especially at a price below market value
Intentionally marred or faded to convey an antique or used look
Anxious or uneasy
I'm distressed that sexy John hasn't answered my calls. I hope nothing bad happened to him on the way here.
(of merchandise, etc.) damaged
(of a property) offered for sale after foreclosure
(of furniture, etc.) faded or abused in order to appear old, or antique
Simple past tense and past participle of distress
Facing or experiencing financial trouble or difficulty; as, distressed companies need loans and technical advice.
Experienceing a generalized feeling of distress.
Suffering severe physical strain or discomfort; as, he dropped out of the race, clearly distressed and having difficulty breathing.
Facing or experiencing financial trouble or difficulty;
The troubled car industry
Distressed companies need loans and technical advice
Financially hard-pressed Mexican hotels are lowering their prices
We were hard put to meet the mortgage paymentng
It was apparent that the magazine was in trouble
Found themselves in a bad way financially
Generalized feeling of distress
Suffering severe physical strain or distress;
He dropped out of the race, clearly distressed and having difficulty breathing
The victim was in a bad way and needed immediate attention
Afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief;
Too upset to say anything
Spent many disquieted moments
Distressed about her son's leaving home
Lapsed into disturbed sleep
A worried frown
One last worried check of the sleeping children