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Definition of Troublesomely
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Literary usage of Troublesomely
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1. A New Discovery of the Old Art of Teaching School by Charles Hoole, Harry Thiselton Mark (1912)
"... for till they be very ready in those, their progress in other things will be full of uncertainties and troublesomely tedious, but if those be once well ..."
2. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke (1894)
"BOOK In. will not be so importunately dull as not to understand what ~**~ others say, without demanding an explication of their terms ; nor so troublesomely ..."