Examples of troublesome in a Sentence
the troublesome news that there will be more cuts in the school budget
Recent Examples of troublesome from the Web
The first two or three versions of Mac OS X were troublesome, to say the least.
The move from a niche in expensive electric cars to bringing battery power to the masses has been troublesome, to say the least.
And indeed, the people seem to have taken notice of this charismatic-yet-troublesome minifauna—think of them like the popular kids in high school.
And perhaps most troublesome: microplastics that take thousands of years to degrade – a scourge for sea life and everything on up the food chain – permeating even the most remote oceans on earth.
Unlike the case in your experience, the men were apparently not being troublesome.
Apparently, the difference between Profar's spring test and the tests last week were troublesome.
But attacking the Assad regime is particularly troublesome because even the dubious rationale the U.S. uses to launch drone strikes around a wide swath of the world from Africa to South Asia doesn’t hold any water here.
The loss of the grant is especially troublesome for RTA's paratransit fleet of 15 cutaway vehicles and 13 vans, which have all reached their useful life spans.
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TROUBLESOME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of troublesome for English Language Learners
: causing problems or worry : causing trouble
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