“We came to stop trouble.
Making life means making trouble.
I'm not getting myself into trouble.
Trouble like this is real trouble.
“Is this what you think girls have trouble choosing between?
“We can grow our way out of trouble” also isn’t a new concept.
The twelve-million-dollar trust for Trouble also created problems.
I assumed that I was in trouble, though I was pretty sure I hadn’t done anything wrong.
Castro-Olega fell ill during the last weeks of March and started having trouble breathing.
He could just add the trouble of starting one gang to the trouble of starting the other.
I did everything I could to cause him trouble because I knew he was having a lot of trouble.
They had trouble freeing it from the deck, more trouble keeping it level and more trouble still getting it loaded.
He had trouble focusing on his work as a parachute rigger, trouble making friends and lots of trouble in his love life.
“Trouble has done it, Bilgewater, trouble has done it; trouble has brung these gray hairs and this premature balditude.
And he developed a sixth sense for trouble, detecting warning signs in gestures: the smirk of trouble-making teens, the pursed lips of an explosive racist.
It wasn’t her business alone: over time, love and love trouble, marriage and marital trouble have been at the center of some fascinating pieces in the magazine.
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“We were appreciating as early as ’78 that the Soviet economy was in serious trouble,” he said after the Cold War was over, but “we didn’t make the leap that we should have made — I should have made — that the economic trouble would lead to political trouble.
If you ever find yourself, some where lost and surrounded by enemies who won’t let yous peak in your own language who destroy your statues & instruments, who ban your omm bomm ba boom then you are in trouble deep trouble they ban your own boom ba boom you in deep deep trouble
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- a source of difficulty
Example: one trouble after another delayed the job
- move deeply
- an angry disturbance
- to cause inconvenience or discomfort to
Example: Sorry to trouble you, but...
- an event causing distress or pain
Example: what is the trouble?
- disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
- an effort that is inconvenient
Example: I went to a lot of trouble
- take the trouble to do something; concern oneself
Example: He did not trouble to call his mother on her birthday
- a strong feeling of anxiety
- cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed
- an unwanted pregnancy
Example: he got several girls in trouble
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