|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Distress.
2. (a.) Causing distress; painful; unpleasant.
3. (adv.) In a distressing manner.
Distressing (8 Occurrences)
Genesis 41:57 And all countries came into Egypt to Joseph to buy corn; because the famine was distressing in all lands. (WBS)
Genesis 47:13 And there was no bread in all the land; for the famine was very distressing, so that the land of Egypt, and all the land of Canaan, fainted by reason of the famine. (WBS)
Exodus 23:22 for, if thou diligently hearken to his voice, and hast done all that which I speak, then I have been at enmity with thine enemies, and have distressed those distressing thee. (YLT)
Numbers 10:9 And when ye go into battle in your land against the adversary who is distressing you, then ye have shouted with the trumpets, and ye have been remembered before Jehovah your God, and ye have been saved from your enemies. (YLT)
Deuteronomy 6:22 And the LORD showed signs and wonders, great and distressing, upon Egypt, upon Pharaoh, and upon all his household, before our eyes: (WBS NAS)
Esther 8:11 that the king hath given to the Jews who 'are' in every city and city, to be assembled, and to stand for their life, to cut off, to slay, and to destroy the whole force of the people and province who are distressing them, infants and women, and their spoil to seize. (YLT)
Isaiah 29:7 And as a dream, a vision of night, hath been The multitude of all the nations Who are warring against Ariel, And all its warriors, and its bulwark, Even of those distressing her. (YLT)
Jeremiah 48:5 For by the ascent of Luhith with continual weeping shall they go up; for at the descent of Horonaim they have heard the distress of the cry of destruction. (See JPS)