troublesome meaning

EN[ˈtɹʌbəlsəm] [ˈtɹʌbl̩səm]
  • Troublesome may refer to:
  • Troublesome Creek (disambiguation)
  • Troublesome Valley, a valley in West Virginia
  • The Troublesome Reign of King John (c. 1589), Elizabethan history play, probably used as model by William Shakespeare
  • Bryson's Dictionary of Troublesome Words (1984), commonly misused words and phrases
  • The Troublesome Offspring of Cardinal Guzman (1992), novel by Louis de Bernières
  • Troublesome Night (1997), the first of 19 Hong Kong comedy-romance-horror films produced by Nam Yin
  • Troublesome Trucks (roller coaster), roller coaster at Drayton Manor Theme Park

    Definition of troublesome in English Dictionary

  • AdjectiveCOMmore troublesomeSUPmost troublesomeSUF-some
    1. Giving trouble or anxiety; vexatious; burdensome; wearisome.
      1. The computer has been very troublesome for me. It never works when I need to use it.
  • More Examples
    1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
      • The judge in the parable granted the widow's suit merely because she lay upon him, and was troublesome to him.
      • Another matter we noticed was the large number of "cage" beds for the troublesome and noctambulant patients—camisoles and other physical restraints were rarely used.
  • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
    1. Adjectives
      • Morphemes
        • Suffixes
          • Words by suffix
            • Words suffixed with -some
      Related Links:
      1. en troublesomely
      2. en troublesomest
      3. en troublesomeness
      Source: Wiktionary
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      Meaning of troublesome for the defined word.

      Grammatically, this word "troublesome" is an adjective. It's also a morpheme, more specifically, a suffixe.
      Difficultness: Level 2
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      Definiteness: Level 1
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