Examples of troublemaker in a Sentence
He had the reputation of being a troublemaker in high school.
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The Spanish press outside Catalonia has generally viewed the pair as skilled troublemakers, misguided at best, but worthy of respect because of their clout.
This soft approach results not from starry-eyed idealism but from an exceedingly negative view of Palestinians as unreformable troublemakers.
Now imagine that some troublemaker placed a grenade in slot E5, where the Snickers bars were supposed to go.
While union marches are usually peaceful, troublemakers on the margins often clash with police.
The acting ensemble has a believable, brotherly chemistry, especially Teller and Taylor Kitsch, playing a troublemaker who initially teases Brendan brutally before the two warm up to each other, forming an adorable bond.
Maas immediately demoted Leerdam to the Vitesse second-division squad — big news in Holland, where the reserved Leerdam wasn’t known as a troublemaker.
The protests have prompted a spate of legislation from conservative politicians around the country trying to crack down on these liberal troublemakers.
Moonee is a brash, defiant troublemaker, the ringleader of a group of kids who amble around The Magic Castle and other nearby motels looking for ways to entertain themselves.
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