un-troublesome

troublesome

[truhb-uhl-suhm]
adjective
1.
causing trouble, annoyance, or difficulty; vexatious: a troublesome situation; a troublesome person.
2.
laborious; difficult.
3.
Archaic. full of distress or affliction.

Origin:
1540–50; trouble + -some1

troublesomely, adverb
troublesomeness, noun
untroublesome, adjective


1. perplexing, galling, harassing. 2. arduous, hard, burdensome.


2. easy.
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troublesome (ˈtrʌbəlsəm)
 
adj
1.  causing a great deal of trouble; worrying, upsetting, or annoying
2.  characterized by violence; turbulent
 
'troublesomely
 
adv
 
'troublesomeness
 
n

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