trouble in a sentence

  1. The causes of the trouble are deep-seated.
  2. He got into trouble for being dishonest.
  3. He is always in trouble.
  4. She is the cause of the whole trouble.
  5. He never obeys his elders and often gets into trouble.
  6. A jealous person is always full of anxiety and surrounded by trouble.
  7. Some memories make us happy and encourage us, while many others cause us trouble and distract us.
  8. A river in floods is a source of trouble for all.
  9. Shallow knowledge in any field of life leads to trouble and sorrows.
  10. He is always ready to help those who are in trouble or in need.
  11. It seems he is in trouble.
  12. Why do you want to trouble him?
  13. Are you in trouble?
  14. He had fallen into trouble on her account.
  15. I will never trouble anyone again.
  16. Never laugh at a person who is in trouble.
  17. Will you please stand by me in trouble?
  18. Many people initiate a task without giving it any thought, and put themselves in trouble.
  19. No one will trouble you.
  20. Why do you trouble me all the time.
  21. I will never trouble any girl ever again.
  22. He is in trouble now?
  23. He is in trouble and needs help urgently.
  24. Are you in trouble?
  25. His over smartness landed him in big trouble.
  26. I don not want to see anybody in trouble.
  27. This causes me a great trouble.
  28. He is constantly giving me trouble.
  29. She is in trouble.
  30. Infatuation for her will lead you nowhere. It can put you in trouble.
  31. My friends rescued me from trouble.
  32. Are you in trouble?
  33. We are in grave trouble.
  34. He stands by them in their trouble.
  35. Your sister is in trouble.
  36. No sooner am I in trouble than I go to my friend for help.
  37. He was in trouble.
  38. He is careful lest he should get into trouble.
  39. He sympathized with me in trouble.
  40. How can I leave you when you are in trouble?
  41. I can’t decide how to get out of this trouble.
  42. How can I leave you in trouble?
  43. I don’t want to cause you any trouble
  44. He is the main cause of all this trouble.
  45. I’m having some trouble with my report.
  46. What part of the lesson did you have trouble with?
  47. He gave us a lot of trouble.
  48. He will soon be in trouble for he is burning the candle at both ends.
  49. We do not want any trouble.
  50. He was the real cause of trouble.
  51. That didn’t cause the trouble.
  52. He takes a lot of trouble over his work.
  53. In the midst of all his trouble he remained cheerful.
  54. Don’t cause trouble.
  55. Are you trying to cause trouble?
  56. I am having trouble breathing at night.
  57. A lie can get you into trouble.
  58. He is giving me trouble.
  59. I am having trouble sleeping.
  60. She was cured of her mental trouble.
  61. We did not wish to trouble you unnecessarily.
  62. We have had a lot of trouble from him.
  63. Finding himself in trouble, he went to his brother for help.
  64. One should not give up hope in trouble.
  65. Cell phones provide a way to quickly contact someone if they are in trouble or are lost.
  66. It may land you in serious trouble.
  67. Sensing trouble, he slipped away from the place.
  68. I expect my friends to help me in trouble.
  69. These children trouble me much.
  70. Take any of these pens, whichever you may like.
  71. My trouble is not the same as yours.
  72. I am sorry to put you to so much trouble.
  73. He did not have much trouble.
  74. We do not wish to trouble you.
  75. They have got into serious trouble.
  76. I am prepared against any trouble eventuality.
  77. His habit of wrangling will put him in trouble.
  78. We’ve had a lot of trouble in this area.
  79. Unless you mend your ways you will get into trouble.
  80. I am sorry for the trouble I am giving you.
  81. My friend is in trouble.
  82. I am in great trouble, my friend.
  83. Please excuse me for the trouble.
  84. You gave us a great deal of trouble.
  85. Do you want to make trouble?
  86. Do you want to create trouble?
  87. He took the trouble to answer personally.
  88. Did you have trouble with Customs?
  89. He has fallen into trouble because of his foolish acts.
  90. Will you help me when I am in trouble.
  91. You got into trouble for nothing.
  92. Why do you trouble yourself ?
  93. Do not trouble me.
  94. He has got into trouble with his own fault.
  95. We were in trouble but there was no help.
  96. He did not trouble me again.
  97. We have a lot of trouble in this area.
  98. I did not wish to trouble you.
  99. We have had a lot of trouble from him.
  100. We do not wish to trouble you.
  101. When we are in trouble they are the first to come to our help.
  102. We ought not to trouble others.
  103. The trouble is that I don’t have much money now.
  104. I had some trouble with the work.
  105. He kindly took the trouble to send me home.
  106. He took the trouble to show me the way to the station.
  107. He took the trouble to send me the book.
  108. We are having trouble with our new neighbor.
  109. I have trouble falling asleep because I always have a lot on my mind.
  110. I’m having trouble with my roommate.
  111. The trouble is that we have nowhere to stay tonight.
  112. His quick temper will get him in trouble one day.

Synonyms of Trouble

Agitation

  • I felt called you to lead an intensive agitation against it.

Anxiety

  • The anxiety that I suffered was extreme.
  • The day before the examination is full of great anxiety for the students.
  • Worry and anxiety sit heavy on students with the approach of examinations.
  • He has a great anxiety for his son’s safety.
  • We waited with anxiety for news of his safe arrival.
  • She seemed to have a great deal of anxiety about it.
  • His anxiety is quite apparent.
  • We noticed her anxiety about that.
  • It aids in releasing concealed up emotions and alleviates anxiety and stress levels.
  • If anxiety has been ruling your life, it is time to put an end to it.
  • It is a cause of stress and anxiety amongest women.

Blind

  • These values bind the people of these countries together.
  • The roots of grasses help to bind the soil together and prevent soil erosion.
  • Help me bind the papers into bundles.
  • You must bind yourself to keep the promise.
  • You must bind yourself to keep your promise.
  • I am in a bind as my money has been stolen.

Brother

  • I don’t want to bother you.
  • Don’t bother me.
  • He told her not to bother about him.
  • As he was busy, I did not bother him.
  • Did I bother you ?
  • My dog is quite a bother to me.
  • Do not bother them too much by poking nose in their conversation.
  • I don’t know why I bother repeating myself.
  • You need to stop doing things that bother him.
  • Don’t bother him while he’s reading.
  • Don’t bother about me.
  • Please don’t bother about lunch because I’m not hungry.
  • It doesn’t bother me to walk in the rain.

Concern

  • You have no concern with our affairs !
  • He showed little concern for his nephew.
  • Hair is the main concern for a lot of people as it is known to be the beauty identity.
  • It’s no concern of mine.
  • Excessive concern with safety can be dangerous.
  • Don’t interfere with matters that do not concern you!

Danger

  • They are living precariously near the jungle as there is always the danger of wild beasts.
  • He is out of danger now.
  • There is no danger of an earthquake.
  • There is hardly any danger of an earthquake.
  • He is a danger to society.
  • What sort of danger are we in?
  • I was in danger of losing my life.

Difficulty

  • We had difficulty in finding a parking place.
  • Are you still having difficulty with physics?
  • I did not know his whereabouts and so had little difficulty in finding him out.
  • You are unlikely to have any difficulty in concentrating.
  • I had a lot of difficulty getting in touch with her.
  • I still have difficulty in making myself understood in English.
  • We’re going to find ourselves in difficulty if we carry on like this.
  • I had a little difficulty in getting a taxi.
  • I had great difficulty at the beginning.
  • I had great difficulty in finding my ticket at the station.
  • I had not a little difficulty in bringing the truth home to him.
  • We had much difficulty in finding the bus stop.
  • You’ll find some difficulty carrying out the plan.
  • I had no difficulty breaking the lock.
  • Did you have any difficulty in finding my house?

Dilemma

  • He is on the horns of a dilemma
  • After being divorced twice the girl was on the horns of a dilemma about another marriage.
  • He is faced with the dilemma of a climb down.

Discontent

  • He manifested his discontent with the new plan.

Disorder

  • Goddess Lakshmi hates a place where there is discord and fights.
  • It leaves the basic discord unaddressed.
  • In many cases, children flee from their houses due to marital discord between their parents.
  • This is triggering body dysmorphic disorder .
  • Menageries disease is a disorder that affects the inner ear.
  • Depression is a psychological disorder which does not have a single cause.
  • Macular degeneration is a common eye disorder that occurs in old people.
  • There were no signs of disorder in the ship.

Disturbance

  • The disturbance was suppressed by the police.
  • There was a disturbance during the night.
  • He made a disturbance at the meeting.

Grief

  • He does not express his grief in words.
  • I am overwhelmed with grief and I feel a great blank in my life.
  • He who lives beyond his means must come to grief.
  • The Captain felt grief for the dead soldiers.
  • She was overwhelmed with grief at the news of her husband’s death.
  • A wicked man is sure to come to grief one day.
  • She was filled with grief at the news of her sister’s death.

Hindrance

  • Lack of money is a serious hindrance in their fight to conquer cancer.
  • His early marriage proved a great hindrance to his progress.
  • Blurry vision can cause hindrance in performing tasks.

Inconvenience

  • This was not only an inconvenience to Father, it was a surprise.
  • I am again very sorry for the inconvenience caused to you.
  • I apologize for the inconvenience .
  • I can’t bear the inconvenience of country life.

Irritation

  • This glue may cause irritation to your skin.

Mess

  • Why have you made such a mess here in my book ?
  • They have made a mess of everything.
  • How did you get yourself into this mess ?
  • The workmen left a dreadful mess behind them.
  • All this mess has to be cleared away.
  • Who’s responsible for this mess in the kitchen?
  • She made a mess of the work.
  • It was a mess in the department store.

Nuisance

  • The loudspeakers have become a great nuisance in cities.
  • It has been a great nuisance for our family.
  • They become a nuisance for you.
  • He is in fact a nuisance to me and the others in the colony.
  • A smoker is a great nuisance to his fellow travelers in a bus or train.
  • Moreover, a smoker creates nuisance for other also.
  • What a nuisance !
  • The noise was so loud that it was a nuisance to the neighbors.
  • What a nuisance that child is!

Pain

  • I have a continuous pain here.
  • Here are some of the best massages for pain relief.
  • I have a bad pain in my back.
  • I have pain toward the end of urination.
  • I have pain when urinating.
  • I’ve got a pain in my side.
  • I had an intense pain in the head.
  • I need children’s pain medicine.

Pickle

  • Is eating pickle bad?

Problem

  • This problem arose from the mutual misunderstanding.
  • This problem is akin to the one we had last year.

Puzzle

  • Why she sent me this letter is a puzzle to me.
  • You could have solved this puzzle with a little more patience.
  • Have you worked the puzzle out?
  • She solved the puzzle with ease.

Row

  • I stood in a row at a window to purchase a ticket for my friend.
  • You are not going to get any good by kicking up a row.
  • They sat in the front row of the concert hall and heard the orchestra clearly.

Scrap

  • Don’t scrape your chair on the floor.
  • He got into a scrape by producing a false evidence.
  • He got into a scrape by producing a false evidence.
  • It is easier to get into a scrape than to get out of one.
  • Would you scrape that rusty pan?
  • Please scrape the skin off the potatoes.

Sorrow

  • It is a matter of sorrow that I have lost my purse.
  • He exclaimed with sorrow that his dog was dead.
  • It is a matter of sorrow that I am undone.
  • Have you come to comfort me in my sorrow ?
  • The sky was deep blue.
  • They felt deep sorrow at the death of their mother.
  • She exclaimed with sorrow that she was undone.
  • He exclaimed with sorrow that he was ruined.
  • She bore her sorrow well.
  • She kept her sorrow in her bosom.
  • He exclaimed with sorrow that he was undone.

Spot

  • You can always stop bleeding by pressing on the bleeding spot and by keeping the pressure on.
  • Ten passers died on the spot and fifteen got injured.
  • It is a lovely spot for picnic.
  • Can you spot a few of them ?

Strain

  • I will strain every nerve.
  • You’ll strain your heart by cycling so much.
  • The strain is telling upon his health.
  • She had to strain to hear what he said.
  • Eye strain is the main problem for computer users.
  • In times of high blood pressure the blood puts extra strain on the heart and the blood vessels.
  • Headache and strain on eyes are common symptoms.
  • It will lessen the strain on your back muscles.
  • Now strain the mixture and keep the apples aside.
  • The liquid does not strain well.

Stress

  • We have always been advised to remain stress free and happy when pregnant.
  • You can beat stress .
  • How you cope with stress determines the health of your heart.
  • The exercise relieves stress and relaxes mind thus helping the person act calm and look peaceful.

Struggle

  • There was a great struggle for seats.
  • People pay tributes to the heroes of the struggle for freedom.
  • It is a struggle and we must face it boldly.
  • People struggle so that they may live.
  • It is easier for some women to conceive while for others other it take a bit of struggle and discomfort to conceive.
  • The struggle ended in a satisfactory settlement.
  • We shall be ready to struggle in life.

Suffering

  • Though he is suffering much pain, he does not complain.
  • They are suffering from hunger.
  • The war caused great suffering to many people.
  • He is suffering from fever.
  • He is suffering in reality.
  • He was suffering from the cholera.
  • She was suffering from leprosy.

Task

  • This task is too much for me.
  • My home task was almost finished and soon after I lay in my bed.
  • Why do you impose such a heavy task on me ?
  • Those boys may be noisy but what ever task you give them they go at it hammer and tongs.
  • The task of voting started exactly at 7 a.m.
  • The task was carried through to the end.
  • For some it might appear an easy task but for quite a few there are several issues .
  • Our task has been easy so far.

Torment

  • He is a constant torment to me.
  • I was a constant torment to my parents.

Tumult

  • The tumult in her heart subsided.
  • They made a great tumult last night.

Unrest

  • The student unrest is a problem of great magnitude.
  • A growing unrest has been witnessed in the society.
  • These soaring prices have brought about great unrest and frustration among the people.
  • Political unrest was in the air.

Predicament

Strife

Woe

Commotion

Discord

Disquiet

Dissatisfaction

Distress

Hang Up

Heartache

Misfortune

Pest

Tribulation

Vexation

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