troublous

[ truhb-luh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF troublous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TROUBLOUS

Yet this, like all else at Alnwick, bears evidence of the troublous times on the Border.

Peter passed a troublous evening and night—a night of self-revelations.

In the midst of this troublous situation, Governor Mathews died.

Seventy-five such houses were built during these troublous times.

Happy country was ours to have a MacLeod on the spot through these troublous years!

With the sun came a troublous thought, for with the sun came "a world of men."

Therefore have I come to warn thee, for there are troublous times in front.

Russia during these troublous times presents a dreary picture.

During these troublous times, no one had paid any attention to him.

The Governor of a State, in troublous times, never can be sure.

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