difficult[ dif-i-kuhlt, -kuhlt ]SEE DEFINITION OF difficult
Synonyms for difficult
- easier said than done
- no picnic
- not easy
Antonyms for difficult
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIFFICULT
But when the morning came he found the task a difficult one to enter upon.
Philippe acquainted her with the joys and griefs of his difficult profession.
At the moment of parting he began to realize that he had undertaken a difficult task.
The ablutionary fluid is most difficult to be had in places where water is abundant.
"I think you would find it a difficult undertaking," he said.
It was difficult to state with certainty what bad deed she had ever done, or what good deed.
Mabel's lawyer has won the most difficult case he ever fought for.
The tasks we face are difficult, and we can accomplish them only if we work together.
It is difficult for me to fix positively the breadth of this Pass.
Just because it would be so difficult to raise the hundred pounds she urged it.
c.1400, apparently a back-formation from difficulty. French has difficile, Latin difficilis. Of persons, "hard to please," from 1580s.