One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
adjective & noun
- ‘But her troublemaking also had its principled side.’
- ‘And this crisis provides a useful reminder that, contrary to popular belief, our media are often not nearly as troublemaking as they should be.’
- ‘They wanted her to play the role of a troublemaking, scheming ex-girlfriend of Steve.’
- ‘You can have troublemaking, competitive people, but you need to focus their energies where it adds value for the audience.’
- ‘Today, I look like a bearded, troublemaking professor, and I still get stopped occasionally, in airports.’
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