Examples of troubled in a Sentence
She seemed troubled about something.
These have been troubled times.
Recent Examples of troubled from the Web
During his time as mayor of Newark, Booker secured from Zuckerberg a $100 million donation to help reform the city's troubled school system.
To him, troubled times offer an opportunity to foster dialogue.
Clark had a troubled past, according to KCRA, the local NBC affiliate.
In this op-ed, writer Lara Witt explores why media coverage of the Austin bomber has focused on his troubled past while neglecting to call him a terrorist.
This reduces the chances that an officer with a troubled past will be able to move from one jurisdiction to another without scrutiny.
Students returned this week to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida for the first time since a troubled teenager killed 17 people there, mostly children.
Overall, the budget would boost funding for Alabama's troubled prison system by about $56 million, to $472 million next year.
There are two bills that would overhaul the state's troubled diploma system.
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First Known Use of troubled
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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