- From trouble + make + -er (Wiktionary)
“The conductor/pianist/Olympic-class troublemaker is also promoting his new memoir, Music Quickens Time (at least that's the American title, anyway).”
“He brought an impish energy to his role as harbor patrolman and became known as a troublemaker when he first came to the harbor in 1985.”
“First Impression: Thanos is described as a troublemaker who’s quick to anger.”
“Other mayors pressed him to raise complaints because he was already known as a troublemaker, they said.”
“Even though not all of those membersof the group have done anything wrong, everyone of classified as a troublemaker, criminal or the group as a whole gets a bad reputation (i.e., all of those NFL players are involved in some kind of bad activities and they have no respect for the law).”
“Not to be irreverent, but was that really the first time you'd been called a troublemaker?”
“McInnis, known as a troublemaker throughout his career, took on a leadership role following his arrival from Portland.”
“He was very independent, so he was a combination of a leader and a troublemaker, which is very interesting, and I think his presidency reflected both of those.”
“Carroll had also occasionally been characterized as a troublemaker; too much of a perfectionist for the Washington politicians to handle, too Off-Broadway theatrical at times.”
“Well, I can hardly be called a troublemaker, and you had a pretty peaceful time with me.”
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