Troubleless vs. Trouble

Troubleless vs. Trouble — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Troubleless and Trouble

Troublelessadjective

Without trouble; untroubled.

a troubleless sleep

Troublenoun

A state of distress, affliction, difficulty, or need

tried to console them in their trouble.got in trouble with the police.

Troublenoun

A distressing or difficult circumstance or situation

I've had troubles ever since I took this job.

Troublenoun

A cause or source of distress, disturbance, or difficulty

The new recruits were a trouble to him.

Troublenoun

Effort, especially when inconvenient or bothersome

went to a lot of trouble to find this book.

Troublenoun

A condition of pain, disease, or malfunction

heart trouble.car trouble.
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Troublenoun

Public unrest or disorder.

Troublenoun

An instance of this; a disturbance.

Troublenoun

Troubles Any of various conflicts or rebellions in Ireland or Northern Ireland, especially the period of social unrest in Northern Ireland beginning in 1969.

Troubleverb

To afflict with pain or discomfort

My stomach is troubling me.

Troubleverb

To cause to be anxious or worried

was troubled by the decline in sales.

Troubleverb

To cause to have emotional or mental problems that interfere with social functioning

a teenager who is troubled and needs help.
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Troubleverb

To inconvenience; bother

May I trouble you for directions?.

Troubleverb

To agitate; stir up

winds troubling the waters.

Troubleverb

To take pains

They trouble over every detail.

Troublenoun

A distressing or dangerous situation.

He was in trouble when the rain started.

Troublenoun

A difficulty, problem, condition, or action contributing to such a situation.

The trouble was a leaking brake line.The trouble with that suggestion is that we lack the funds to put it in motion.The bridge column magnified the trouble with a slight tilt in the wrong direction.

Troublenoun

A violent occurrence or event.

the troubles in Northern Ireland

Troublenoun

Efforts taken or expended, typically beyond the normal required.

It's no trouble for me to edit it.

Troublenoun

A malfunction.

He's been in hospital with some heart trouble.My old car has engine trouble.

Troublenoun

Liability to punishment; conflict with authority.

He had some trouble with the law.

Troublenoun

(mining) A fault or interruption in a stratum.

Troubleverb

To disturb, stir up, agitate (a medium, especially water).

Troubleverb

(transitive) To mentally distress; to cause (someone) to be anxious or perplexed.

What she said about narcissism is troubling me.

Troubleverb

(transitive) In weaker sense: to bother or inconvenience.

I will not trouble you to deliver the letter.

Troubleverb

To take pains to do something.

I won't trouble to post the letter today; I can do it tomorrow.

Troubleverb

(intransitive) To worry; to be anxious.

Troublenoun

a source of difficulty;

one trouble after another delayed the jobwhat's the problem?

Troublenoun

an angry disturbance;

he didn't want to make a fussthey had labor troublea spot of bother

Troublenoun

an event causing distress or pain;

what is the trouble?heart trouble

Troublenoun

an effort that is inconvenient;

I went to a lot of troublehe won without any troublehad difficulty walkingfinished the test only with great difficulty

Troublenoun

a strong feeling of anxiety;

his worry over the prospect of being firedit is not work but worry that killshe wanted to die and end his troubles

Troublenoun

an unwanted pregnancy;

he got several girls in trouble

Troubleverb

move deeply;

This book upset meA troubling thought

Troubleverb

to cause inconvenience or discomfort to;

Sorry to trouble you, but...

Troubleverb

disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed;

She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill

Troubleverb

take the trouble to do something; concern oneself;

He did not trouble to call his mother on her birthdayDon't bother, please

Troubleverb

cause bodily suffering to