Unfortunately, however, the minister whom the reformed had obtained was ill-suited to these troublous times.
Seventy-five such houses were built during these troublous times.
The bergs swayed and rocked, and the massed ice gave forth strange, troublous sounds.
With the sun came a troublous thought, for with the sun came "a world of men."
He had never even whispered into words these troublous thoughts.
The Governor of a State, in troublous times, never can be sure.
We are going to have troublous times, you and I, along with the others, but I think we are going to ride through them safely.
What a world of dark and troublous secrets in the breast of every one who hurries by you!
A troublous partnership with his brother, Captain Jean Girard, lasted but a short time; the brothers could not agree.
Mr Rose smiled, and said, “A happy ending of a troublous matter, if it were so.”