Synonyms for Distressfully:

adv

adversely (adverb)
inauspiciously, antipathetically, unpropitiously, unluckily, adversely, woefully, grievously, unhappily, calamitously, miserably, tragically, unfavorably, Difficultly, troublesomely, detrimentally, catastrophically, unfortunately, perilously, disastrously.
extremely (adverb)
sorely.
painfully (adverb)
grievously, hurtfully, severely, horrendously, stingingly, unpleasantly, bitterly, irritatingly, piercingly, achingly, offensively, painfully, agonizingly, bitingly, cruelly, torturously, oppressively, Insufferably, witheringly, arduously, odiously, uncomfortably, unbearably, aggravatingly, gnawingly, tormentingly, tryingly, sorely, disagreeably, smartingly, miserably, acutely, annoyingly, woefully, distressingly, excruciatingly, irksomely, troublesomely, gruelingly.

adv.

adversely (adverb)
disastrously, Difficultly, unfortunately, antipathetically, inauspiciously, unhappily, unluckily, perilously, calamitously, tragically, catastrophically, unfavorably, unpropitiously, adversely, detrimentally.
painfully (adverb)
grievously, hurtfully, severely, horrendously, stingingly, unpleasantly, bitterly, irritatingly, piercingly, achingly, offensively, painfully, agonizingly, bitingly, cruelly, torturously, oppressively, Insufferably, witheringly, arduously, odiously, uncomfortably, unbearably, aggravatingly, gnawingly, tormentingly, tryingly, sorely, disagreeably, smartingly, miserably, acutely, annoyingly, woefully, distressingly, excruciatingly, irksomely, troublesomely, gruelingly.
sorely (adverb)
acutely, painfully, woefully, severely, grievously.
uncomfortably (adverb)
agonizingly, excruciatingly, irritatingly, miserably, annoyingly.

Other synonyms:

adv
agonizingly, grievously, woefully, irritatingly.
adv.
excruciatingly, miserably.

Usage examples for distressfully

  1. " Monsieur," answered Minna, distressfully the being whose powerful hand guided me on the Falberg, who led me to the saeter sheltered beneath the Ice- Cap, there-" she said, pointing to the peak, " is not a feeble girl. – Seraphita by Honore de Balzac
  2. It was aching distressfully and he felt dizzy as well as stiff, while he commenced to wonder whether his strength would hold out until he had seen Devine and finished his business in the city. – A Damaged Reputation by Harold Bindloss
  3. She was a small, old- fashioned boat, and because she carried 3, 000 tons of railway iron she rolled distressfully – Masters of the Wheat-Lands by Harold Bindloss