Pronunciation of Trouble
/tɹˈʌbə͡l/, /tɹˈʌbəl/, /t_ɹ_ˈʌ_b_əl/
Synonyms for trouble:
nuisance, pitfall, effort, elbow grease, slippery slope, vicious circle, incommodiousness, mire, poetic justice, rack, logjam, dissatisfaction, pinch, bloodbath, Incommodity, information overload, rat race, pressure-cooker, loss, double bind, striving, overcrowding, Exigence, entanglement, play up, no-win situation, toughie, the hot seat, act up, body blow, suffering, vicissitudes, juggling act, shortcoming, cripple, purgatory, impasse, convenience, toils, thump, pound, perfect storm, deadlock, the school of hard knocks, stalemate, growing pains, kink, hot potato, bitter pill, suffer, nightmare, double whammy, deep water, living hell, imbroglio, shutdown, victimhood, embarrass, disruption, dutch, whammy, treadmill, obstacle course, hot water, jigsaw, hot spot, bloodshed, dead weight, fate, travail, unrest.
jam, palaver, pressure, horror story, brutality, stifle, skin, exigency, discomfort, scorch, bloodletting, odds, crisis, baggage, blood, box, conflict, downfall, depression, struggle, whirlpool, confusion, cul de sac, imposition, tangle, running sore, strike, dead-end, aggression, jungle, soup, tingle, plight, pest, sting, the doldrums, squash, prickle, dilemma, carnage, gridlock, bad hair day, predicament, disadvantage, duty.
Other synonyms and related words:
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
difficulty, woe, calamity, misadventure, grief, adversity, dolor, poorness, infliction, curse, rainy day, misfortune, distress, destitution, casualty, poverty, catastrophe, blight, mishap, peril, ordeal, trial, tragedy, bane, affliction, misery, hard luck, agony, hard times, torment, bad luck, tribulation, burden, disaster, hardship, contretemps.
discomposure, resentment, annoyance, petulance, harassment, irritation, aggravation, inflammation, pique, perturbation, virulence, scorn, disturbance, indignation, enragement, bedevilment, provocation, exasperation, ire, arousal, vexation, exacerbation.
annoyance, worry (noun)
hot water, vexation, disorder, pickle, misfortune, anxiety, mess, strain, pest, disturbance, struggle, problem, irritation, grief, disquiet, stress, dissatisfaction, difficulty, scrape, spot, sorrow, tribulation, torment, danger, bind, predicament, woe, bother, nuisance, suffering, concern, unrest, dilemma, inconvenience, pain, distress.
bad health (noun)
something requiring great effort (noun)
difficulty, put out, ail, pain, distract, inconvenience, afflict, hassle, perturb, inconvenience oneself, worry, trouble oneself, discommode, fuss, disoblige, cark, problem, disquiet, incommode, bother, unhinge, disorder.
annoy, hassle, antagonize, infuriate, inflame, badger, irk, fret, perturb, irritate, arouse, pester, disturb, rankle, exasperate, upset, needle, grate, enrage, aggravate, nag, peeve, discompose, vex, envenom, tease, chafe, exacerbate, harass, harry, bait, bedevil, bother.
bother, worry (verb)
jumble, mess, mislay, swirl, derange, muss, confound, hash, meddle, ripple, botch, toss, tousle, dishevel, rummage, clutter, disorganize, scatter, disorder, blur, dislocate, ferment, roil, ruffle, muddle, convulse, rumple, scramble, tumble, disarrange, confuse, mix up, displace, misplace, whip, tamper, whisk, capsize, roughen.