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Definition of Troublously
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Literary usage of Troublously
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1. A Political and Social History of Modern Europe by Carlton Joseph Huntley Hayes (1916)
"... between the island and the mainland, the former passing to the royal family of Aragon, and the latter troublously remaining in French hands until 1442. ..."
2. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by The Century Co. (Nueva York) (1892)
"finding a voice with their new birth, troublously whirled around the stone-built pool, and gurgled out through an irregular latticework of roots, ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1883)
"It was a night when, even in that solitude, everything seemed mysteriously and troublously alive. The wind cried as with a living voice, and the croaks of ..."