Definition of Troublemaking

1. Adjective. Causing trouble. ¹



2. Noun. Causing trouble; acting in a disruptive way ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Troublemaking

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Troublemaking

trouble light
trouble maker
trouble makers
trouble oneself
trouble shooter
trouble spot
trouble spots
trouble the scorers
troubled
troubledly
troubledness
troublefree
troubleless
troublemaker
troublemakers
troublemaking (current term)
troublemakings
troubler
troublers
troubles
troubleshoot
troubleshooter
troubleshooters
troubleshooting
troubleshoots
troubleshot
troublesome
troublesomely
troublesomeness
troublespot

Literary usage of Troublemaking

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1. Constitutional Free Speech Defined and Defended in an Unfinished Argument in by Theodore Albert Schroeder (1919)
"At that time his troublemaking book having been again investigated and a committee reporting such passages as are contrary to and reflect upon the Christian ..."

2. Afghanistan's Two-Party Communism: Parcham and Khalq by Anthony Arnold (1983)
"Any manifestation of liberalism, troublemaking, personality cults, splinter groups, or internal party factions that in any shape or form appear within the ..."

3. Luther's Pastors: The Reformation in the Ernestine Countryside by Susan C. Karant-Nunn (1979)
"Johann Friedrich was apparently the first to imagine that visitation of the churches might be used to cast troublemaking dissidents out of his family's ..."

4. Thoughts of a Philosophical Fighter Pilot by James B. Stockdale (1995)
"... that— even if I were fool enough to try to guess just exactly who among these convicted criminals had so-called troublemaking instincts—and who didn't. ..."

5. Black Soldier, White Army: The 24th Infantry Regiment in Korea by William T. Bowers, William M. Hammond, George L. MacGarrigle (1997)
"... provided more of an opportunity for troublemaking and wrongdoing than other units. On the other, commanders defined the offenses, and they possessed ..."

6. Archaeology of the United Arab Emirates: Proceedings of the First by Daniel T. Potts, Hasan Al Naboodah, Peter Hellyer (2003)
"... as is generally known, because of their great potential for troublemaking. The nearly complete exhaustion of ihe Hint resources taken along. implied by ..."

7. Economic Sanctions and American Diplomacy by Richard Haass (1998)
"First, the scale of the Lockerbie and UTA attacks was dramatically higher than that of previous cases of Libyan troublemaking. Together more than 400 people ..."

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