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‘Troublesome’ as an adjective

Below are some examples of sentences from classic literature using the word ‘Troublesome’ as an adjective.

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‘That is to say,’ cried Marianne contemptuously, ‘he has told you, that in the East Indies the climate is hot, and the mosquitoes are troublesome.’

From ‘Sense and Sensibility’, by Jane Austen.

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Delighted

“I am sure they will be delighted with you.”

From ‘Northanger Abbey’, by Jane Austen.

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