Definition of troublesomely in English:

troublesomely

adverb

  • See troublesome

    • ‘There is some irony to this: Both Rebecca and I were previously diagnosed with latent tuberculosis, a troublesomely common affliction among health care workers.’
    • ‘But Wallace took a troublesomely diverging path when it came to applying the new theory of evolution to humankind.’
    • ‘The lad's enthusiasm was endearing and troublesomely contagious.’
    • ‘Surely this complex issue needs to be negotiated through the troublesomely imperfect processes of a fully informed and democratically representative government.’

Pronunciation

troublesomely

/ˈtrʌb(ə)ls(ə)mli/