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troublemaker

noun trou·ble·mak·er \ˈtrə-bəl-ˌmā-kər\

: a person who causes trouble : a person who creates problems or difficulties involving other people

Full Definition of TROUBLEMAKER

:  a person who consciously or unconsciously causes trouble
trou·ble·mak·ing \-kiŋ\ adjective or noun

Examples of TROUBLEMAKER

  1. He had the reputation of being a troublemaker in high school.

First Known Use of TROUBLEMAKER

circa 1914

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