Thesaurus / troublemaker


If other leaders are tone-policing you, and you’re too loud, you’re like a troublemaker—we all know that’s what happens to people like me—then if someone defends you, they’re obviously going to also be a problem for the other leaders.

Last year, pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong used the occasion to don Halloween-themed masks at a time the city’s government had banned face coverings to make it easier to identify troublemakers.

I am happy to report that our listenership includes plenty of troublemakers as well as smoothers-over.

Well, I can hardly be called a troublemaker, and you had a pretty peaceful time with me.

Creditors; PariahAugust Strindberg

Yet the bloody shirt lingered long as a troublemaker, and was invoked by both parties.

Marse Henry (Vol. 2)Henry Watterson

And she was in the church yet, a troublemaker sometimes, and a disturber of spiritual peace—but still there.

We don't know whether you're working for him or not, but you're a troublemaker.

A World is BornLeigh Douglass Brackett

In such cases, Investigations had stepped in and the Martian or Earthling troublemaker had been sent to the rare-earth mines.

Blind SpotBascom Jones

Throw that anchor overboard, Wally, and Ill tinker with the troublemaker.

Brownie was a troublemaker, Brownie talked too much, Brownie philosophized in a world that ridiculed philosophy.

DerelictAlan Edward Nourse

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