troublesome (Meaning)

Wordnet

troublesome (s)

causing difficulty or annoyance

Webster

troublesome (a.)

Giving trouble or anxiety; vexatious; burdensome; wearisome.

troublesome Sentence Examples

  1. The troublesome student's behavior disrupted the entire class.
  2. The car's engine was a troublesome issue, causing frequent breakdowns.
  3. The troublesome neighbor's constant complaints created a strained relationship.
  4. The troublesome weather conditions made it impossible to travel safely.
  5. The troublesome wound required daily cleaning and dressing changes.
  6. The troublesome employee was constantly late and unreliable.
  7. The troublesome task proved to be a major challenge, taking up an inordinate amount of time.
  8. The troublesome relationship was filled with arguments and misunderstandings.
  9. The troublesome situation demanded urgent attention and a swift resolution.
  10. The troublesome thoughts haunted her mind, bringing anxiety and doubt.

FAQs About the word troublesome

causing difficulty or annoyanceGiving trouble or anxiety; vexatious; burdensome; wearisome.

nasty, troubling, unsettling,disturbing, frightening, distressing, discomforting, horrible, troublous, shocking

settling, settling,reassuring, reassuring, relaxing, quieting, comforting, quieting, sedative, narcotic

The troublesome student's behavior disrupted the entire class.

The car's engine was a troublesome issue, causing frequent breakdowns.

The troublesome neighbor's constant complaints created a strained relationship.

The troublesome weather conditions made it impossible to travel safely.