Definition of troublesome in English:

troublesome

Line breaks: trouble|some
Pronunciation: /ˈtrʌb(ə)ls(ə)m
 
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adjective

Derivatives

troublesomely

adverb
More example sentences
  • There is some irony to this: Both Rebecca and I were previously diagnosed with latent tuberculosis, a troublesomely common affliction among health care workers.
  • Surely this complex issue needs to be negotiated through the troublesomely imperfect processes of a fully informed and democratically representative government.
  • The lad's enthusiasm was endearing and troublesomely contagious.

troublesomeness

noun
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  • The alcohol composite and drug composite scores from this instrument are based on frequency of use in the previous 30 days, ratings of troublesomeness, and assessments of need for treatment.
  • He didn't suffer from the same situation as Shakespeare's Romeo, but his youth had been on a similar level of troublesomeness.
  • Thus, the portable telephone apparatus capable of avoiding troublesomeness of the incoming responding operation can be obtained.

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