Trou·ble·some a. Giving trouble or anxiety; vexatious; burdensome; wearisome.
This troublesome world. --Book of Common Prayer.
These troublesome disguises that we wear. --Milton.
My mother will never be troublesome to me. --Pope.
Syn: -- Uneasy; vexatious; perplexing; harassing; annoying; disgusting; irksome; afflictive; burdensome; tiresome; wearisome; importunate.
-- Trou*ble*some*ly, adv. -- Trou*ble*some*ness, n.
n : a difficulty that causes anxiety [syn: inconvenience, worriment]