Examples of troublesome in a Sentence
the troublesome news that there will be more cuts in the school budget
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And these next two days off certainly aren't the worst thing for Dragic's troublesome left ankle.
Experts say the accidents at homes are especially troublesome since many people buying used drums for personal use aren't aware of the risks.
Allardyce should also continue with young striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin up front ahead of fellow striker Omar Niasse, who has more goals this season but isn't as troublesome at set-pieces.
This failure is troublesome for the Russian space program for at least a couple of reasons.
As one could imagine, the process has created some troublesome and entertaining results.
Spencer Kornhaber notices that the Game of Thrones character joins a long line of fictional oracles who are inscrutable, all-knowing, and troublesome to the narrative.
Outside of a troublesome 22- to 30-acre spot fire on the northern face of the Atlas fire, the blaze has stayed mostly within its current footprint, Napa County Fire Chief Barry Biermann said.
Some of the singletrack trails proposed in Bicentennial Park — those nearest the creek — are particularly troublesome.
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First Known Use of troublesome
Synonymsdiscomforting, discomposing, disquieting, distressing, disturbing, nagging, nasty, perturbing, troubling, troublous, unsettling, upsetting, worrisome
Related Wordsdaunting, demoralizing, discomfiting, disconcerting, discouraging, disheartening, dismaying, dispiriting; chilling, frightening, scary; harassing, persecutive, persecutory; alarming, dire, direful, dread, dreadful, fearful, fearsome, forbidding, formidable, frightening, frightful, ghastly, hair-raising, horrendous, horrible, horrifying, intimidating, scary, shocking, terrible, terrifying
Near Antonymscalming, quieting, settling, soothing; comforting, consoling, dreamy, inviting, lulling, narcotic, pacifying, relaxing, sedative, tranquilizing (also tranquillizing)
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