- v. present participle of struggle.
- adj. engaged in a struggle to overcome especially poverty or obscurity
“With its top two scorers - Anthony Roberson and Matt Walsh - once again struggling from the field, Florida got no closer than eight points thereafter.”
“: The term struggling writer clearly does not apply to the scribes who rank high on the rundown of 2009's highest-paid authors.”
“As such, some would think it's time to roll out the Roman numerals: the ultimate failsafe for a title struggling in development.”
“Wednesday, Obama visited the Kent State Tuscarawas campus to share a plan that he believes will help women and families get a leg up in what he calls a struggling economy.”
“: The term struggling writer clearly does not apply to the scribes who rank high on the rundown of 2009’s highest-paid authors.”
“I would never use the term struggling artist around him because I know what he'd say: "Struggling?”
“One of my earliest childhood memories is of the "Rover" sucking people into it, with their agonized faces struggling from the inside.”
“But without doubt, lawmakers and analysts say, Republicans will resist some of Obama's prescriptions for fixing failing schools, especially those that require personnel turnover in struggling rural schools.”
“But his arms were grasped from behind by the ever-ready Grimes, and he was borne struggling from the hall.”
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