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  • 1 Difficult — Dif fi*cult, a. [From {Difficulty}.] 1. Hard to do or to make; beset with difficulty; attended with labor, trouble, or pains; not easy; arduous. [1913 Webster] Note: Difficult implies the notion that considerable mental effort or skill is… …

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  • 2 Difficult to Cure — Studio album by Rainbow Released February 3, 1981 …

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  • 3 not know which way to turn — not know where/which way/to turn phrase to not know what to do in a difficult situation The changes have left a lot of people not knowing which way to turn. Thesaurus: to be in, or to get into a difficult situationsynonym Main entry …

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  • 4 Difficult Loves (album) — Difficult Loves Studio album by Weddings Parties Anything Released January 1992 …

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  • 5 not know where to turn — not know where/which way/to turn phrase to not know what to do in a difficult situation The changes have left a lot of people not knowing which way to turn. Thesaurus: to be in, or to get into a difficult situationsynonym Main entry …

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  • 6 not be out of the woods yet — informal phrase used for saying that a situation is still difficult although it has improved There has been a slight upturn in the economy, but we’re not out of the woods yet. Thesaurus: words used to describe difficult situationssynonym… …

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  • 7 difficult — [adj1] hard on someone; hard to do ambitious, arduous, backbreaker*, bothersome, burdensome, challenging, crucial, demanding, difficile, easier said than done*, effortful, exacting, formidable, galling, Gargantuan*, hardwon, heavy, Herculean*,… …

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  • 8 not too difficult — index practicable Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 9 Not Waving but Drowning — is a poem by British poet Stevie Smith published in 1957 as part of a collection of the same title.[1] The work, the most famous of Smith s poems,[2] describes a man whose distressed thrashing in the sea causes onlookers to believe that he is… …

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  • 10 Not My Business — is a free verse poem by Niyi Osundare. It is included in Cluster 2, Poems from Different Cultures, of the AQA Anthology. Description In Not My Business, the people around the voice of the poem are unjustly taken in Nigeria, but the voice says… …

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  • 11 not have a leg to stand on — To have no case at all • • • Main Entry: ↑leg * * * not have a leg to stand on informal phrase to not have any way of proving that you are right about something When it comes to centralism, the UK government doesn’t have a leg to stand on.… …

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  • 12 not for the faint-hearted — humorous phrase not suitable for people who are easily frightened or shocked a fairground ride that is definitely not for the faint hearted Thesaurus: difficult or impossible to deal withsynonym Main entry: faint hearted * * * ˌnot f …

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  • 13 Not to be Reproduced — (La reproduction interdite) Artist René Magritte Year 1937 Type Oil on canvas Dimensions 81.3 cm × 65 cm (32.0 in × 26  …

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  • 14 not sit well with someone — not sit well (with (someone)) to be difficult for someone to agree with or accept. The idea of declaring war does not sit well with many voters. Having the state s future decided in Washington, D.C., doesn t sit well with the people of Alaska.… …

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  • 15 not sit well with — not sit well (with (someone)) to be difficult for someone to agree with or accept. The idea of declaring war does not sit well with many voters. Having the state s future decided in Washington, D.C., doesn t sit well with the people of Alaska.… …

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  • 16 not sit well — (with (someone)) to be difficult for someone to agree with or accept. The idea of declaring war does not sit well with many voters. Having the state s future decided in Washington, D.C., doesn t sit well with the people of Alaska. Usage notes:… …

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  • 17 not so much... — not so much... phrase used for saying that one thing or fact is true or important rather than another It’s not so much Mandy I’m worried about, it’s you. It was not so much that the work was difficult, but that it was so boring. Thesaurus: words… …

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  • 18 not suffer fools gladly — british phrase to not like being with people who you think are stupid Thesaurus: words used to describe someone who is easily annoyed or difficult to pleasesynonym Main entry: suffer * * * be impatient or intolerant toward people one regards as… …

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  • 19 difficult — ► ADJECTIVE 1) needing much effort or skill to accomplish, deal with, or understand. 2) not easy to please or satisfy; awkward …

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  • 20 Not So Quiet — Oswald the Lucky Rabbit series Directed by Walter Lantz Produced by Walter Lantz Story by Walter Lantz Bill Nolan …

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