trial[ trahy-uhl, trahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF trial
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRIAL
This is the hope that beckons us onward in this century of trial.
And then, when the cover was removed, came the time of trial to your correspondent.
We would advise all who are about to begin the study of languages to give it a trial.
It is true that he hath not come to trial, but the trial hath come to him.
You see, Burke, you couldn't in a trial even repeat what he told you.
The country doctor had come, too, finding Tillie's trial not imminent.
So Allis was really glad at the near approach of the time of her trial.
His work since his trial with The Dutchman had been quite satisfactory.
As they drove along Crane brought up the subject of the trial.
"When the trial come off," answered the old man, raising his head again.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR TRIAL
- Herculean task
- ball and chain
- excess baggage
- thorn in one's side
- weary load
- bad luck
- bad news
- the worst