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distraught

(dĭs-trawt′) [L. distrahere, to perplex]
In doubt, deeply troubled, and having conflicting thoughts.
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Kenneth Shakespeare I was there in July when I lost my mum, too distraught to notice a thing but how beautiful her service was laughter, tears and wonderful memories for the most important person I my life.
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