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Adjective
Feeling or expressing distress or anxiety
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“John and I worked together to help him gain clarity and freedom from his troubled mind.”
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Beset by problems or difficulties
“A number of new factors suggest that the industry may be facing some troubled times ahead.”
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Characterized by, or tending to cause, agitation or anxiety
“His residence at Madrid was during the troubled and uncertain times when the ministry of Espartero was overthrown by Narvaez.”
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Psychologically or emotionally disturbed
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“An emotionally troubled teen retreats into a world of fantasy in Seymour's successful first novel.”
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To be continuously haunted or possessed by something
“It seems that he was constantly troubled by his own inward sense that there were many sins, tiny and even unconscious ones, that he had not confessed.”
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Feeling annoyed, frustrated or worried about something
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Overcome with deep or intense sorrow
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In a state of unhappiness or despondency
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Having been subjected to oppression
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Having a somber or dismal atmosphere or nature
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Violently disturbed or agitated
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Weighed down with something, either physically or emotionally
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Having a forbidding appearance
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Made uneasy by a guilty conscience
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Predisposed to having, or characterized by, bad luck
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Having breaks or gaps in continuity
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Distressing to the mind or senses
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Verb
To have thrown into a state of distress marked by confusion
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Past tense for to cause distress or anxiety to
“The upcoming exam and a fear of failure would trouble Sally a great deal.”
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Past tense for to cause someone inconvenience
“I hate to trouble you, but could I borrow your lawnmower for a couple of hours?”
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Past tense for to put in the effort required to do something
“Which of us would trouble to water the city streets with the sweat of our honest brows?”
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Past tense for to be afflicted or incapacitated by
“He looked paler and sweatier than usual, and one leg seemed to trouble him a bit.”
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