Troublous

Trou"blous

(?), a. Full of trouble; causing trouble. "In doubtful time of troublous need." Byron.
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A tall ship tossed in troublous seas.
Spenser.
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Trou"-de-loup"

(?), n.;
pl. Trous-de-loup ().
[F. trou hole + de of + loup wolf.] (Mil.) A pit in the form of an inverted cone or pyramid, constructed as an obstacle to the approach of an enemy, and having a pointed stake in the middle. The pits are called also trapholes.
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