Examples of troublemaker in a Sentence
He had the reputation of being a troublemaker in high school.
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But far worse than Collins raising this taboo-among-Republicans subject is that she was echoed by Mike Rounds of South Dakota, a solid member of the GOP conference who has not been on anybody’s list of BCRA troublemakers.
These Senate troublemakers have strong credibility among the right flank of the GOP but have proved tiresome to McConnell.
Answer: Pound was a literary enfant terrible if there ever was one, from the very start an icon-smasher and a troublemaker.
Airbnb is taking some steps to weed out troublemakers plaguing its home-rental service.
Bornstein — actor, provocateur, gleeful troublemaker — playfully mixed memoir and gender theory, and popularized the idea that gender isn’t a binary.
Remini also released a New York Times bestselling book about her experience in the church, titled Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology.
Betsy DeVos, say—goes before a congressional committee and some troublemaker, usually a Democrat, asks her a question based on what everybody knows is the truth, but that DeVos or whoever has learned from long experience not to say out loud.
As one of many women fed up with Chicago's violence, her group of moms sat down in Englewood in an effort to stand up to deter would-be troublemakers.
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TROUBLEMAKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of troublemaker for English Language Learners
: a person who causes trouble : a person who creates problems or difficulties involving other people
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