Usage examples for disturbed

  1. Broken by the entrance of Crawford and Forbes, who were also pale and disturbed – The Voice in the Fog by Harold MacGrath
  2. " After all," I said, for I had really been disturbed by Harriet's remark-" after all, power over one thing gives us power over everything. – Adventures In Contentment by David Grayson AKA: Ray Stannard Baker
  3. Nothing has been disturbed – The Film Mystery by Arthur B. Reeve
  4. I've disturbed the wrong man. – Jimgrim and Allah's Peace by Talbot Mundy
  5. " I'll go as I am, before my mother is disturbed and frightened out of her life. – A Thief in the Night by E. W. Hornung
  6. Yet I am still disturbed by what I have heard. – The Prairie Wife by Arthur Stringer
  7. Something out in the view disturbed the servants. – Kincaid's Battery by George W. Cable
  8. " He is not to be disturbed in any way. – Prince Fortunatus by William Black
  9. King looked scarcely interested and not at all disturbed – King--of the Khyber Rifles by Talbot Mundy
  10. The latter thought he looked disturbed – Carmen's Messenger by Harold Bindloss
  11. Again a little sound disturbed her. – The Necromancers by Robert Hugh Benson
  12. I think she would rather not be disturbed said Hugh. – The Old Stone House by Anne March
  13. He did everything to make you comfortable, and he has never disturbed us once when we have been together. – Whosoever Shall Offend by F. Marion Crawford
  14. But the sight of McNab disturbed her. – The Pioneers by Katharine Susannah Prichard
  15. Tummas was still thinking the matter over and was not disturbed – T. Tembarom by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  16. Juve noticed that it had not been disturbed – A Royal Prisoner by Pierre Souvestre Marcel Allain
  17. I could see that he was disturbed in his mind. – The Life Everlasting: A Reality of Romance by Marie Corelli
  18. In my company you will not be disturbed – The Marrow of Tradition by Charles W. Chesnutt
  19. Thou Peace which cannot be disturbed – True Christianity by Johann Arndt
  20. But finally he opened an eye and saw that it was his mother who had disturbed him. – The Tale of Billy Woodchuck by Arthur Scott Bailey