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adjective as in worried
Even losses in the low double-digit billions will spell trouble for the insurance industry, according to Credit Suisse analysts.
Two trials by Johns Hopkins University researchers have also had trouble attracting patients to participate, which has pushed back the delivery of results.
Apple has said Epic made trouble for itself by offering customers a way to directly buy items for Fortnite and circumvent the App Store fees.
Kohl’s sales fell 23% in its recently finished second quarter, but the retailer’s chief executive sees a lot of opportunity in the even bigger troubles many of its rivals are facing.
For London, England-based freelance creative director Belen Wilson, the trouble won’t be virtual learning but figuring out childcare once school is over as there won’t be after school programs this fall.
Instead, spa hotels filled up with over 30,000 refugees from the war-troubled Donbas region of eastern Ukraine.
But South Koreans have a troubled history with American intervention in Korean markets.
They wrote about subjects that they knew intimately, or that troubled or fascinated them, which is what all novelists do.
But after a troubled history with alcohol, some tribes are wary.
Yet here we are, dispensing another dollop of inhumanity to some of the most troubled and despised people in America.
My entrails were troubled in seeking her: therefore shall I possess a good possession.
A physician was troubled to remember on which side of the heart are the “mitral valves.”
The suggestion seemed a likely one, so I interrupted the flow of Elmer's troubled thoughts to say good-night, and went out.
The courts have been often troubled about the degree of care required of bailees, as it differs under varying circumstances.
Fear ye not, neither be ye troubled from that time I have made thee to hear, and have declared: you are my witnesses.
On this page you'll find 153 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to troubled, such as: agitated, anxious, bothered, concerned, confused, and distraught.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.