distraughtly


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distraughtly

(dɪˈstrɔːtlɪ)
adv
in a distraught manner
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Jon distraughtly turned to us in our blinds and yelled, "GET TO THE CATTAILS
And at last we reached a tipping point at which we could not pay the bill for this anymore: the lack of jobs hidden by the mortgage bubble until it burst; the lack of money to pay for an unnecessary and uninvited war, financed by borrowed Chinese money - a war started by a president distraughtly torn by his need to point the blame for a cowardly attack that he had been warned of on anyone but the country of his family's friends.
NORMALLY I get my fix of staring wide-eyed at the telly, dry-heaving and distraughtly yelling, "Ohmigod, what's that?