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big trouble

noun as in recession

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Example Sentences

He really is in big trouble, because these girls have had enough.

Even the World Heath Organization, which has plenty to worry about in impoverished nations, knows there is big trouble afoot.

Should they lose a few percentage points of their value overnight, or over the course of a day, the banks would be in big trouble.

Some aide fretted to Tamiroff that this meant big trouble, but the boss was nonchalant.

Before long, I started to feel that we were in big trouble no matter what.

He put up his eyebrows for misery, and clenched his fists on his knees, feeling so awkward in presence of big trouble.

The big trouble with Rhodes was that he would never own himself in the wrong.

There are many who now say that the next big trouble in South Africa will be with the blacks.

In a little hall bedroom in a big city lay a little woman in a big trouble.

Yes, a big trouble lay in those rushes, which seemed harmless enough at present.


On this page you'll find 186 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to big trouble, such as: catastrophe, change, confrontation, crunch, deadlock, and dilemma.

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