double-trouble love

Definitions

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  • n. a very troublesome thing or person

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A characteristic step of a rustic dance or breakdown, derived from the plantation negroes. It usually has a banjo accompaniment.

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Examples

  • Even Glee took an episode to show the double-trouble that gay character Kurt faced when Kurt came out as an atheist.

    Atheists head for high schools with new clubs for Godless teens

  • I think Lillian is right - the two of you look like double-trouble!

    QUIBBLES & BITS

  • The next post in this blog is No Brainer, double-trouble PSA and a CONTEST!.

    Shhhh... (Music (For Robots))

  • The previous post in this blog was No Brainer, double-trouble PSA and a CONTEST!.

    Pick up, pick up (Music (For Robots))

  • Bits of his personality shine through in the letters, such as when Trumbo warns a power company stooge that when the revolution comes the greedy merchants will get the rope first and the witty ones second, so the snotty recipient of the letter is in double-trouble, but much of the film is weighed down by son Christopher making his career on papa's bones.

    Nick Mamatas' Journal

  • I love hearing couple-bands - like the White Stripes or Viva Voce or Fleetwood Mac (the ultimate double-trouble swapping-couple band) - not just because its kind of cute, but because it means the connection between band members is that much tighter.

    What's long, hard, and full of... oh, you've heard that one? (Music (For Robots))

  • You will find the double-trouble story in the next issue of the weekly, No. 88, out

    Owen Clancy's Happy Trail or, The Motor Wizard in California

  • Grand Island's Joel Klock weathered Lewiston-Porter's "double-trouble" attack, winning 2-0 in a brilliant, 80-minute pitchers 'duel with the Lancers' Matt Cattarin on Monday in a

    Niagara Gazette Homepage

  • Addicts appreciate Frank Sinatra's golden oldie to the beverage, which praises a double-trouble cup: "They put coffee in the coffee in Brazil."

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • DREW BARRYMORE - MISS It was double-trouble for Drew Barrymore as her one-shouldered nude-coloured beaded gown featured not one but two crazy bouquets of spikes and sequins.

    Winnipeg Sun

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