Examples of troubled in a Sentence
She seemed troubled about something.
These have been troubled times.
Recent Examples of troubled from the Web
Novartis has a troubled past that can’t be erased with one gesture.
Patrick Melrose is a five-part miniseries, based on five autobiographical Edward St. Aubyn novels, tracing the author’s troubled youth and his journey toward domestic normalcy — all set against the backdrop of the English upper-class.
While Khosrowshahi is focused on the future, the company is still navigating a troubled past including a March accident involving a self-driving Uber with a safety driver behind the wheel that killed a pedestrian.
Haspel, one official said, was wary of suffering the same fate as failed veterans affairs nominee Ronny Jackson and of dredging up the CIA’s troubled past.
Despite its lofty ideals, the Industrial School proved to be little more than a harsh workhouse, whose real purpose was to keep troubled youths out of sight.
The sad fact is that most troubled places in Indiana are awash in costly and ineffective economic development spending that targets business attraction.
The troubled music festival made a surprise announcement On Sunday, the organizers of FYF Fest announced their decision to call off this summer’s festival.
Trump finally got a top-notch lawyer The early departure of Ty Cobb from President Trump’s legal team initially seemed like more bad news for the president’s long-troubled efforts to build a first-rate operation to go toe to toe with Robert Mueller.
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keyed up, on edge, on pins and needles, on tenterhooks;
TROUBLED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of troubled for English Language Learners
: worried or anxious
: having many problems
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