add to the difficulties

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  • The presence of the king on shore added to the difficulties of the situation. Cited from The Bravest of the Brave, by G. A. Henty
  • To add to the difficulties there is some form to be gone through about passes. Cited from Paris under the Commune, by John Leighton
  • Every day's delay added to the difficulties of attack. Cited from Beacon Lights of History, Volume X, by John Lord
  • These added to the difficulties of the supply department, just as they did to its complement, the research department. Cited from Riddle of the Rhine/Chemical Strategy, by LeFebure
  • But, with time, their trouble seemed to increase instead of diminish, and only added to the difficulties of their situation. Cited from Clemence, by Retta Babcock
  • A new and overwhelming complication had been added to the difficulties of his situation. Cited from Agatha Webb, by Anna Katharine Green
  • Every day diminished this hope, and added to the difficulties of the besieged. Cited from The Life of George Washington, Vol. 3 (of 5), by John Marshall
  • Dallying with gentlemen of this kind who openly advocate revolution will only add to the difficulties. Cited from Woodrow Wilson As I Know Him, By Joseph P. Tumulty
  • To-day, I propose to add to the difficulties of distance those of the ground to be traversed. Cited from The Mason-Bees, by J. Henri Fabre
  • There are parents who from sheer ignorance add to the difficulties which the boy encounters in going to school. Cited from The Nervous Child, by Hector Charles Cameron
  • To add to the difficulties, a very boisterous little river had to be bridged, and when evening came we had gone forward only a short distance. Cited from Woman's Way Through Unknown Labrador, Mrs. Hubbard
  • Of the rest, only two officers and three men were able to work; three others painfully struggling on rather than add to the difficulties of their companions. Cited from Our Sailors, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Who would deliberately add to the difficulties of being what she ought to be, what she desired, and was determined, with God's help, to be! Cited from Weighed and Wanting, by George MacDonald
  • Also the variety of nationalities among the strikers added to the difficulties of conducting negotiations. Cited from The Trade Union Woman, by Alice Henry
  • To add to the difficulties of dealing with the subject of crannoges, they were successively occupied for many centuries. Cited from Prehistoric Peoples, by The Marquis de Nadaillac
  • The darkness added to the difficulties of the way, for, although the sky was now clear, the gloom was deceptive, and things distant seemed near. Cited from The Golden Fleece, by Julian Hawthorne
  • Total darkness added to the difficulties of their task, for the moon which until then had shone with much luster now went behind a curtain of cloud. Cited from Half A Chance, by Frederic S. Isham
  • To add to the difficulties, the government was still so dominated by politics and officialdom that it was almost always impossible to get things done at the time they needed to be done. Cited from A Social History of the American Negro, by Benjamin Brawley
  • To add to the difficulties of the pioneers, the country all around was overflowed, except a mere strip a few inches out of water on the very bank. Cited from The Gulf and Inland Waters, by A. T. Mahan
  • Now, in this very year of the rebellion, it may be well that no clamor against government should arise from the people, and thus add to the difficulties of the nation. Cited from North America, Vol. 2, by Anthony Trollope
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