Pain and Trouble


Pain noun - A state of great suffering of body or mind.
Usage example: a sprained ankle caused him great pain for a week

Trouble is a synonym for pain in care topic. In some cases you can use "Trouble" instead the word "Pain" as a verb or a noun, when it comes to topics like work, action, problem, suffering. popular alternative


Trouble verb - Cause bodily suffering to and make sick or indisposed.

Pain is a synonym for trouble in work topic. You can use "Pain" instead the word "Trouble" as a verb or a noun, if it concerns topics such as action, bother, problem, annoyance. informal substitute

How words are described

emotional emotional pain emotional trouble
considerable considerable pain considerable trouble
actual actual pain actual trouble
real real pain real trouble
Other adjectives: constant, severe, massive, big, extreme, great, huge, little, terrible, horrible, back, major, general, less, further, extra, significant, tremendous, worse.

Common collocations

heart pain heart trouble heart
name pain name trouble name
place pain place trouble place
time pain time trouble time

Both words in one sentence

  • You can make your life easier by seeking out your Fate and sticking to its dictates, or pointlessly torment yourself by trying to work against your Fate, which does absolutely nothing besides make more trouble and pain for you and everyone you care about.
  • In inFAMOUS, Evil Cole was an actively malicious Jerkass who thrived on causing pain and trouble and saw Empire City as his personal playground to do whatever he wanted.
  • While getting tired and sometimes complaining about back pain, she doesn't show any trouble with the work despite working as a office worker in Tokyo throughout the year.
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