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  • noun disorder, disturbance, etc.


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  • But if frailty of body, if heaviness of sleep, if conturbation of spirit, depress you, be not out of heart, but be comforted and force yourself, overcoming all impediments with reason and willingness; for the Kingdom of Heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force.

    A Mirror for Monks.


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  • Physical or mental disturbance (to conturb from Latin conturb�?re, 'to disturb greatly, throw into confusion').

    August 7, 2008