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Synonyms for troubled

characterized by or indicative of distress or affliction or danger or need

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characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination

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Troubled Mum, your fall now will be greater than your former fall.
Our sample consists of twenty-five troubled firms and twenty-five non-troubled firms, from a variety of industries, asset sizes, and ages.
The independent Service Transformation Challenge Panel last year called for troubled families-style reforms to reach into other areas, such as employment, early years and social care.
In Stockton, there were 356 successes from 455 "troubled" families and in Redcar and Cleveland, all 405 families identified as troubled were turned around.
Details of an expansion of the British government's Troubled Families programme were announced by the communities secretary, Eric Pickles, in an effort to assist vulnerable younger children from struggling homes in getting a better chance in life.
The Troubled Families Programme is a national scheme which aims to turn around 120,000 of England's most troubled and troublesome families, by 2015.
Progress is being made right across the country: Wandsworth is working with 90% of its troubled families and Newcastle is working with 80%; while Wakefield has already turned more than half of its 930 troubled families around and Leicestershire almost half of its 810.
Families were classed as "troubled" if they met any of the conditions and also had at least one adult on benefits like Jobseeker's Allowance or disability benefits.
In some cases, NCUA and the state authority wrote very prescriptive letters of understanding and agreement, holding troubled credit unions accountable to reduce their risks by specific deadlines.
Next week city councillors will be asked to approve a new scheme to get the city's 900 so-called troubled families on the straight and narrow.
New figures show that troubled families cost the taxpayer an estimated pounds 9bn per year, equivalent to pounds 75,000 per family.
ABOUT pounds 4m could be on the way to Kirklees - to help more than 1,000 "troubled" families.
FASB issued an exposure draft that contains clarifying guidance intended to improve consistency and transparency in financial reporting about troubled debt restructurings.
A majority of parents and school officials believe that children who are troubled, whatever the cause, not only demonstrate poor academic performance and inappropriate behavior in school, but also adversely affect the learning opportunities for other children in the classroom.
New York is leading the charge in its inventory of distressed properties and potentially troubled assets, according to a recent report from Real Capital Analytics.