01.15.18 aj
Afflicted/full of trouble

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01.15.18 (aj) Afflicted/full of trouble. 2017. In The Historical Thesaurus of English, version 4.2. Glasgow: University of Glasgow. Retrieved 27 May 2017, from http://historicalthesaurus.arts.gla.ac.uk/category/?id=84122.

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There are 26 words at this level:

ahwæned OE OED

aswenct OE OED

begroren OE OED

byrstig OE OED

forhiened OE OED

forwundod OE OED

hreowlic OE OED

nydbysig OE OED

rædleas OE OED

(ge)swincful OE OED

swyrige OE OED

wund OE OED

poor c1275– now chiefly colloq. OED

mistad a1300 OED

sped c1530–1709 + 1821 arch. OED

afflicted 1534– OED

tribulate 1560 OED

distressed 1586– OED

over-grieved 1618 OED

tribulated 1682–1858 OED

crossed a1732 OED

sadly off 1741 OED

unfortunate 1792– OED

bad off 1815– US dial. OED

miserably off 1845 OED

badly off 1884 OED

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