Another Word For DIFFICULT
Adjective : Difficult, hard to do.
Adjective : Difficult to endure; arduous.
Adjective : Irritating, stressful or bothersome.
Adjective : Needing or using up much energy; testing powers of endurance.
Adjective : (obsolete) burning; ardent
Adjective : Difficult or exhausting to traverse.
Adjective : Difficult to overcome, solve, or decide.
Adjective : Not settled, uncertain, of uncertain outcome; debatable, questionable, open to doubt.
Adjective : (leftism) Contributing (especially if subtly) to discrimination (such as racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, or ageism).
Adjective : hard to deal with, complicated
Adjective : adept at using deception
Adjective : (colloquial, slang) Relating to or associated with a prostitution trick
Adjective : Resistant to pressure.
Adjective : (of drink or drugs) Strong.
Adjective : (of a normally nonalcoholic drink) Containing alcohol.
Adjective : Achieved through a large effort.
Adjective : Requiring or showing effort.
Adjective : Given to troublemaking.
Adjective : Irritable; argumentative; quarrelsome.
Adjective : Causing trouble or anxiety
Adjective : (of a material) Strong and resilient; sturdy.
Adjective : (of food) Difficult to cut or chew.
Adjective : (of a person or animal) Rugged or physically hardy.
Adjective : Causing embarrassment; leading to a feeling of uncomfortable shame or self-consciousness.
Adjective : Unyielding or firm.
Adjective : Under high tension; taut.
Adjective : (colloquial) Scarce, hard to come by.
Adjective : Refusing to move or to change one's opinion; obstinate; firmly resisting; persistent in doing something.
Adjective : Of materials: physically stiff and inflexible; not easily melted or worked.
Adjective : Puzzling, perplexing, bewildering.
Adjective : frustrating
Adjective : annoyed, irritated or distressed
Adjective : much debated, discussed or disputed
Adjective : Not smooth; uneven.
Adjective : Approximate; hasty or careless; not finished.
Adjective : Turbulent.
Adjective : Broken into sharp or irregular points; uneven; not smooth; rough.
Adjective : Not neat or regular; irregular, uneven.
Adjective : Rough with bristly hair; shaggy.
Adjective : doubtful or disputed
Adjective : dubious or ambiguous
Adjective : (of a person or their character) Having or showing ambition; wanting a lot of power, honor, respect, superiority, or other distinction.
Adjective : (followed by "of" or the infinitive) Very desirous
Adjective : Resulting from, characterized by, or indicating, ambition
Adjective : Easily damaged or requiring careful handling.
Adjective : Characterized by a fine structure or thin lines.
Adjective : Intended for use with fragile items.
Adjective : (now chiefly US) Dirty, filthy.
Adjective : Contemptible, unpleasant (of a person).
Adjective : Objectionable, unpleasant (of a thing); repellent, offensive.
Adjective : Difficult, undesirable, or unpleasant; not to be envied.
Adjective : Lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.
Adjective : Not easily managed or effected; embarrassing.
Adjective : Lacking social skills, or uncomfortable with social interaction.
Adjective : Without humor or expression of happiness; grave in manner or disposition
Adjective : Important; weighty; not insignificant
Adjective : Really intending what is said (or planned, etc); in earnest; not jocular or deceiving
Adjective : Sensitive or susceptible to being tickled.
Adjective : Touchy, sensitive, or delicate.
Adjective : (of a person) Having a vertical extent greater than the average. For example, somebody with a height of over 6 feet would generally be considered to be tall.
Adjective : (of a building, etc.) Having its top a long way up; having a great vertical (and often greater than horizontal) extent; high.
Adjective : (of a story) Hard to believe, such as a tall story or a tall tale.
Adjective : Instantly appealing and memorable (of a tune or phrase).
Adjective : (dated, chiefly figuratively) Tending to catch or ensnare; entangling.
Adjective : (dated) Consisting of, or occurring in, disconnected parts or snatches; changeable.
Adjective : Able or likely to adhere via the drying of a viscous substance.
Adjective : Potentially difficult to escape from.
Adjective : Of weather, hot and windless and with high humidity, so that people feel sticky from sweating.
Adjective : Of string or something stringlike: full of, or tied up, in knots.
Adjective : Of a part of the body, a tree, etc.: full of knots (knobs or swellings); gnarled, knobbly.
Adjective : Complicated or tricky; complex, difficult.
Adjective : Abounding in, or full of, rocks; consisting of rocks.
Adjective : Like a rock; rigid, solid.
Adjective : (Of an animal or plant) Having a habitat around or on rocks.
Adjective : Having thorns or spines
Adjective : (figuratively) Troublesome or vexatious
Adjective : Aloof and irritable
Adjective : Of extraordinary might, power, size, etc.; suggesting Hercules in size or strength.
Adjective : Requiring a huge amount of work; of extraordinary difficulty.
Adjective : Alternative letter-case form of Herculean [Of extraordinary might, power, size, etc.; suggesting Hercules in size or strength.]
Noun : The state of being difficult, or hard to do.
Noun : An obstacle that hinders achievement of a goal.
Noun : (sometimes in the plural) Physical danger from the environment, especially with risk of drowning
Adjective : (obsolete) Hard to work with; stubborn.
Adjective : (obsolete) Difficult.
Adjective : (of a person or an animal) Difficult to train or guide; unruly.
Adjective : Causing a problem; problematic; troublesome.
Noun : (colloquial) a series of frustrations
Adjective : Requiring much endurance, strength, or patience.
Noun : Difficulty or trouble; hard times.
Noun : A burden, a source of difficulty that could impose a barrier.
Verb : (transitive) To treat (a person) badly; to subject to hardships.
Adjective : Burdensome or hindering, as if a weight or drag; vexatious
Adjective : Not easily managed or handled; awkward; clumsy.
Adjective : Hard, difficult, demanding to handle or get around with.
Adjective : Requiring much physical effort; toilsome.
Adjective : Mentally difficult; painstaking.
Adjective : Industrious.
Adjective : Characteristic of a burden; arduous or demanding
Adjective : Having been obtained with effort, despite difficulty and hardship.
Adjective : (idiomatic, usually with to-infinitive) Barely able. Having difficulty doing something.
Adjective : (idiomatic) Experiencing financial difficulty or difficulty in surviving.
Adjective : Very bad or intense.
Adjective : Strict or harsh.
Adjective : Sober, plain in appearance, austere.
Verb : (degree) Barely, only just, almost not.
Verb : (now rare) With difficulty.
Verb : (manner, archaic) Harshly, severely; in a hard manner.
Adjective : Discouraging; inspiring fear.
Adjective : Intimidatingly impressive; awe-inspiring, overwhelming.
Adjective : Appearing to be difficult; challenging.
Adjective : (comparable) Dangerously insecure or unstable; perilous.
Adjective : (law) Depending on the intention of another.
Adjective : (dentistry) Relating to incipient caries.
Noun : The quality of being hard.
Noun : An instance of this quality; hardship.
Noun : (inorganic chemistry) The quantity of calcium carbonate dissolved in water, usually expressed in parts per million (ppm).
Adjective : Attended with peril; dangerous, risky.
Adjective : Appalling, dire, terrible.
Adjective : (rare or obsolete, also England, dialectal) Dangerously clever or cunning; also, remarkably good or unusual.
Adjective : imposing or constituting a physical, mental, or figurative load which can be borne only with effort; burdensome.
Adjective : Using significant amounts of time, especially in an unwanted and sometimes unwarranted manner.
Adjective : Causing fatigue or boredom; wearisome.
Noun : The act of one who struggles.
Adjective : Irritating; causing stress.
Noun : A distressing or dangerous situation.
Noun : A difficulty, problem, condition, or action contributing to such a situation.
Noun : A violent occurrence or event.
Adjective : Causing fear, dread, awe, or discouragement as a result of size, strength, or some other impressive feature; commanding respect; causing wonder or astonishment.
Adjective : Difficult to defeat or overcome.
Adjective : Boring, monotonous, time-consuming, wearisome.
Adjective : More or most likely to be exposed to the chance of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally.
Adjective : Open to disclosing one's inner thoughts and feelings, acting in spite of one's instinct to self-preservation.
Adjective : (computing) More likely to be exposed to malicious programs or viruses.
Adjective : (obsolete) Hard, firm; obdurate.
Adjective : Severe; violent; fierce (now usually in describing the weather).
Adjective : (poetic, literary or archaic) Strong; vigorous; powerful.
Adjective : In dire need (of something); having a dire need or desire.
Adjective : Being filled with, or in a state of, despair; hopeless.
Adjective : Beyond hope, leaving little reason for hope; causing despair; extremely perilous.
Adjective : Forced through a strainer.
Adjective : Under tension; tense.
Adjective : Not natural or spontaneous but done with effort
Adjective : anxious, worried, careworn.
Adjective : Taking a long time to move or go a short distance, or to perform an action; not quick in motion; proceeding at a low speed.
Adjective : Not happening in a short time; spread over a comparatively long time.
Adjective : Of reduced intellectual capacity; not quick to comprehend.
Adjective : Grim or severe in manner or appearance
Adjective : Lacking decoration; trivial; not extravagant or gaudy
Adjective : distressing, worrying
Noun : A contortion of the body in an attempt to escape or to perform a difficult task.
Noun : (figuratively) Strife, contention, great effort.
Verb : To strive, to labour in difficulty, to fight (for or against), to contend.
Adjective : Causing distress; upsetting; distressful.
Noun : Physical or emotional discomfort, suffering, or alarm, particularly of a more acute nature.
Noun : A cause of such discomfort.
Noun : Serious danger.
Adjective : (of a situation) Extremely sensitive or volatile; easily disturbed to the point of becoming unstable; requiring caution or tactfulness.
Adjective : (of a person) Easily offended, oversensitive.
Adjective : (informal) Inclined to engage in physical touch.
Adjective : Causing pain or distress.
Adjective : Discouraging; causing annoyance or anger by excessive difficulty.
Adjective : Unpleasantly rough to the touch or other senses.
Adjective : Severe or cruel.
Adjective : Having great vigour or energy; forceful.
Adjective : (of a task) Requiring great exertion; very laborious
Adjective : Causing pain or distress, either physical or mental.
Adjective : Afflicted or suffering with pain (of a body part or, formerly, of a person).
Adjective : Requiring effort or labor; difficult, laborious.
Adjective : Alternative form of hardcore [Having an extreme dedication to a certain activity.]
Adjective : Causing pain or discomfort; painfully sensitive.
Adjective : Sensitive; tender; easily pained, grieved, or vexed; very susceptible of irritation.
Adjective : Dire; distressing.
Noun : A surname.
Noun : Alternative spelling of haarder [(South Africa) Planiliza haematocheilus, the redlip mullet, a mugilid fish.]
Adjective : Marked by irritation or annoyance; disagreeable; troublesome by reason of long continuance or repetition
Adjective : (of a place, situation, person, etc) In a disorderly state; chaotic; disorderly.
Adjective : (of a person) Prone to causing mess.
Adjective : (of a situation) Difficult or unpleasant to deal with.
Adjective : Difficult or convoluted.
Adjective : (biology) Folded longitudinally (as in the wings of certain insects).
Adjective : violently disturbed or agitated; tempestuous, tumultuous
Adjective : being in, or causing, disturbance or unrest
Adjective : Evading capture, comprehension or remembrance.
Adjective : Difficult to make precise.
Adjective : Rarely seen.
Adjective : Marked by heated arguments or controversy.
Adjective : Given to struggling with others out of jealousy or discord.
Adjective : (rare) Not easy; difficult.
Adjective : Restless; disturbed by pain, anxiety
Adjective : Not easy in manner; constrained
Noun : physical injury; hurt; damage
Noun : emotional or figurative hurt
Noun : detriment; misfortune.
Adjective : Characterized by loud, confused noise.
Adjective : Causing or characterized by tumult; chaotic, disorderly, turbulent.
Adjective : Wounded, physically injured.
Adjective : Pained.
Adjective : Arousing controversy—a debate or discussion of opposing opinions.
Adjective : Not comfortable; causing discomfort.
Adjective : Experiencing discomfort.
Adjective : Uneasy or anxious.
Adjective : Warning of bad consequences: ill-boding; portentous.
Adjective : Requiring action to prevent bad consequences: urgent, pressing.
Adjective : Expressing bad consequences: dreadful; dismal.
Noun : An antagonization or instigation intended to convince a person to perform an action they otherwise would not.
Noun : A bid to overcome something.
Noun : (sports) An attempt to take possession; a tackle.
Adjective : Dreadful; causing terror, alarm and fear; awesome
Adjective : Formidable, powerful.
Adjective : Intense; extreme in degree or extent.
Adjective : (now rare) Opposing; offering resistance (to).
Adjective : Not wanting to take some action; unwilling.
Adjective : (regular expressions) Tending to match as little text as possible.
Adjective : rough; jumpy; causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements
Adjective : covered with or full of bumps
Adjective : Unfavorable; antagonistic in purpose or effect; hostile; actively opposing one's interests or wishes; contrary to one's welfare; acting against; working in an opposing direction.
Adjective : Opposed; contrary; opposing one's interests or desire.
Adjective : (not comparable) Opposite; confronting.
Adjective : Inclined to find fault or criticize.
Adjective : Pertaining to, or indicating, a crisis or turning point.
Adjective : Extremely important.
Adjective : Easily broken or destroyed, and thus often of subtle or intricate structure.
Adjective : (UK) Feeling weak or easily disturbed as a result of illness.
Adjective : (UK) Thin-skinned or oversensitive.
Adjective : Having a great deal of fine detail or complexity.
Adjective : Habitually idle and lazy; slothful; dull; inactive
Adjective : Slow; having little motion.
Adjective : Having no power to move oneself or itself; inert.
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