difficulty

[ dif-i-kuhl-tee, -kuhl-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF difficulty

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIFFICULTY

Mr. Paine looked up as he entered, and had no difficulty in guessing his errand.

She managed it with difficulty between the convulsions that were rending her.

But there is one difficulty which it is impossible to remove.

He climbed down with difficulty, clutching one hand with the other.

You think of your wife, grappling with a kind of difficulty to which she is unaccustomed.

In short, the difficulty is not to fix people, but to root them up.

Garson cleared his throat with difficulty, and his voice was thick.

Garson with difficulty suppressed the cry of distress that rose to his lips.

They had no difficulty in seducing, first Senesino, then Montagnana, and finally Heidegger.

But ten days ago, when I saw her last, I recognised her with difficulty.

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