distraughtly


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distraughtly

(dɪˈstrɔːtlɪ)
adv
in a distraught manner
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Remember the movie Predator, when Arnold Schwarzenegger yells "GET TO DA CHOPP-AH!" Jon distraughtly turned to us in our blinds and yelled, "GET TO THE CATTAILS!" like we were under attack and it was the only way we were going to live.
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.
Morn admits, "Ya, you know he likes to take the pieces to bug you." Eldest cries very distraughtly. Youngest says, "It won't work" [and places the track piece himself after Mom asks him to do so].