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EACH year, 30 per cent of us will have a spell of disturbed sleep. The Sun (2016)Volunteers had their sleep disturbed eight times during the night. The Sun (2015)Nearly three quarters of adults suffer from disturbed sleep. The Sun (2012)Police negotiators raced to the scene following reports the disturbed man was wandering the streets with a lighter. The Sun (2010)The evidence speaks for itself with regard to compliance with air quality regulations and links between disturbed sleep and ill health. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This can cause weight loss, fatigue and disturbed sleep. The Sun (2009)Slightly more challenging was a light supper, to ease my disturbed sleep. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Doctors say that apart from disturbed sleep patterns there is no evidence of long-term damage. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Clearly, they were both very disturbed and unhappy but you have the ability to move beyond that. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sleep specialists say that disturbed sleep patterns are especially acute at this time of year when dreary grey days merge into night and confuse our body clocks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I have had this since my early fifties and it has caused me many a disturbed night 's sleep. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He'll interrupt his busy schedule to meet with some disturbed person who insists on talking to'the top doc. Christianity Today (2000)The long-standing puzzle of whether fish can sleep has been solved by a study that has shown that they like a lie-in after a disturbed night. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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British English: disturbed ADJECTIVE
A disturbed person is very upset emotionally, and often needs special care or treatment.
...working with severely emotionally disturbed children.
Definition of disturbed from the Collins English Dictionary
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