trying (Meaning)

Wordnet

trying (s)

hard to endure

extremely irritating to the nerves

Webster

trying (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Try

Webster

trying (a.)

Adapted to try, or put to severe trial; severe; afflictive; as, a trying occasion or position.

trying Sentence Examples

  1. I'm trying my best to finish this project on time.
  2. She's trying to learn a new language, but it's difficult.
  3. The dog is trying to get into the kitchen, but the door is locked.
  4. He's trying to convince her to go out with him.
  5. I'm trying to figure out how to solve this puzzle.
  6. She's trying to remember where she put her keys.
  7. The government is trying to reduce unemployment.
  8. The company is trying to increase its market share.
  9. The scientists are trying to develop a new vaccine.
  10. I'm trying not to laugh at his joke, but it's hard.

FAQs About the word trying

hard to endure, extremely irritating to the nervesof Try, Adapted to try, or put to severe trial; severe; afflictive; as, a trying occasion or position.

oppressive, tough, harsh,hard, brutal, rough, searing, inhuman, painful, cruel

easy,easy, light, soft, light, comfortable, soft, comfortable, agreeable, peaceful

I'm trying my best to finish this project on time.

She's trying to learn a new language, but it's difficult.

The dog is trying to get into the kitchen, but the door is locked.

He's trying to convince her to go out with him.