Definition of stressed
: stressed-out feeling stressed about work
Examples of stressed in a Sentence
He was feeling pretty stressed about the deadline.
you seem really stressed right now, so maybe you should try to do something more relaxing
Recent Examples of stressed from the Web
And moms who are less stressed have an easier time breastfeeding.
A: Seeing women go from sad, anxious, scared and stressed to joyful, laughing, dreaming and being creative.
Concerns about homelessness peak among those who are more financially stressed.
The same pattern holds for the number of stressed syllables per line, which alternates between two stresses in the short lines and three in the long.
Without blood flow, the cells become stressed, damaged, and can eventually die off—for a patient, that means heart failure and possibly death.
No need to hoist suitcases onto airport conveyor belts — or to get stressed about any of the other annoyances of modern air travel.
Appeared in the June 12, 2017, print edition as 'A Money-Stressed Worker Is an Unhappy Worker.'
But when Huber was not stressed -- sitting quietly at her desk -- Louis did not act out these behaviors.
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First Known Use of stressed
STRESSED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stressed for English Language Learners
: feeling very worried or anxious
: having a lot of physical pressure or force on it
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