What is trouble?

  • (noun): An unwanted pregnancy.
    Example: "He got several girls in trouble"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on trouble:

Lucien Walker - The Trouble Is... / Start Trouble
... Walker formed the band The Trouble Is.. ... and later changed the band's name to Start Trouble over legal issues ...
Trouble From The Start
... Trouble from the Start is the third solo album from Lisa Moscatiello and was released in 2005 ... Lisa Moscatiello's frequent collaborator Bev Stanton released an electronic deconstruction of Trouble from the Start in 2006 entitled Troubled ...
List Of Little Miss Characters - T - Little Miss Trouble
... Little Miss Trouble Illustrator Roger Hargreaves Publication date September 1, 1981 Pages 34 pp ISBN 978-0-7498-5230-6 Preceded by Little Miss Tiny Followed by Little Miss Helpful Little Miss Trouble is ... Little Miss Trouble is a prankster like Mr ... Bump to trick Little Miss Trouble ...
Trouble - Music - Songs
... Trouble", from the musical The Music Man, more commonly known as "Ya Got Trouble" "Trouble" (Bei Maejor song) "Trouble" (Cat Stevens song) "Trouble" (Chris Rene song) "Tro ...
List Of The Secret Life Of The American Teenager Characters - Recurring Characters - Ethan
... He first appears when he gets into trouble for sending naked pictures of his ex-girlfriend to everyone in his contacts. 4 he is forced to go to summer school and immediately gets into trouble for stealing condoms from the nurse's office ... They decide to take their relationship slow, but Ethan has trouble respecting Kathy's boundaries ...

More definitions of "trouble":

  • (noun): A source of difficulty.
    Example: "One trouble after another delayed the job"
    Synonyms: problem
  • (noun): A strong feeling of anxiety.
    Synonyms: worry
  • (noun): An angry disturbance.
    Example: "They had labor trouble"
    Synonyms: fuss, bother, hassle
  • (verb): Move deeply.
    Example: "A troubling thought"
    Synonyms: disturb, upset
  • (noun): An event causing distress or pain.
    Example: "What is the trouble?"; "heart trouble"
  • (noun): An effort that is inconvenient.
    Example: "I went to a lot of trouble"; "he won without any trouble"
    Synonyms: difficulty

Famous quotes containing the word trouble:

    The trouble with life isn’t that there is no answer, it’s that there are so many answers.
    Ruth Benedict (1887–1948)

    Conversation is a traffick; and if you enter into it, without some stock of knowledge, to ballance the account perpetually betwixt you,—the trade drops at once: and this is the reason ... why travellers have so little [good] conversation with natives,—owing to their [the natives’] suspicion ... that there is nothing to be extracted from the conversation ... worth the trouble of their bad language.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

    Those who show pity and are always ready to help during times of trouble are seldom the same ones who rejoice in our joy: when others are happy they have nothing to do, they become superfluous and lose their feeling of superiority, and so they easily show their displeasure.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)