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The interior of the city is ill built: the streets are narrow and irregular, and the pavement is most troublesomely rough.
She reached Chalk-Newton, and breakfasted at an inn, where several young men were troublesomely complimentary to her good looks.
Alas, it seemed that this was an old, old struggle that must be troublesomely fought out, again and again down the generations.
WHERE THE BLUE BEGINSCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
Troublesomely averse to giving trouble, perhaps I should have said.
IT NEVER CAN HAPPEN AGAINWILLIAM DE MORGAN
The teeth, which lend so much life to the face, are troublesomely small to represent.
THE ART OF AMUSINGFRANK BELLEW
She showed no sign of having troublesomely impulsive feelings; on the contrary, she seemed cold.
DOROTHY AND OTHER ITALIAN STORIESCONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON
Women who are cleaning and baking are often, what is called by people less troublesomely employed, cross.
A SINGER FROM THE SEAAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR

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