People are struggling through economic woes and financial angst.
The governor appears to be feeling pretty confident about 2016, despite Bridgegate and a struggling economy in New Jersey.
In the era of high-stakes testing, a struggling school made a shocking choice.
Lynch says he discovered the practice 40 years via his sister when he was struggling with anger and anxiety.
Mori, on the other hand, is struggling to make Israel better.
"It was the king," said Nathaniel, struggling to master himself.
The state or condition in which the wicked cease from struggling and the dreary are at rest.
When I was poor, struggling alone, friendless, did you even write to me?
My heart, struggling between duty and warmth of temper, was full.
The next moment he fell, face downward, in the struggling mass, with a Venetian pike thrust through his thigh.
late 14c., probably a frequentative form, of uncertain origin. Skeat suggests Old Norse strugr "ill will;" others suggest a connection to Dutch struikelen, German straucheln "to stumble." Related: Struggled; struggling.
1690s, from struggle (v.).