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Mnemonic Dictionary - Fun and easy way to build your vocabulary!

Mnemonic Dictionary - Fun and easy way to build your vocabulary!
distraught - Dictionary definition and meaning for word distraught Definition (adj) deeply agitated especially from emotion Example Sentence distraught with grief Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for distraught This year because of drought people were upset and anxious its like...dis(not)+traught(thought)....so he did "not thought" of his failure in exam....so he is upset

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