troublous

adjective
trou·​blous | \ˈtrə-b(ə-)ləs \

Definition of troublous 

1 : full of trouble : stormy these troublous times

2 : causing trouble : troublesome inflation is a troublous matter

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Other Words from troublous

troublously adverb
troublousness noun

Examples of troublous in a Sentence

a troublous teen whose antisocial antics had us all on edge

First Known Use of troublous

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of troublous was in the 15th century

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