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  • I now know that a difficult situation is to come on you.
  • It is also difficult to heat a small section of a piece.
  • In much of the island, access to a year-round supply of water is difficult.
  • However, they would find it more difficult to turn quickly.
  • Fighting from the back of a horse was much more difficult than mere riding.
  • However, large areas of the forest are difficult to reach.
  • Access however may be difficult as some countries label it as a controlled drug.
  • Thus situated, the mountains make travel from north to south difficult.
  • The policy was difficult for many in the church.
  • This made it quite difficult to tell whose paintings where whose.
  • In real-world use, points are fairly difficult to set up.
  • His daughters died young, and his relations with his sons were difficult.
  • However, some types of data are more difficult to recall after many years than others.
  • Reliable data for when people would actually marry is very difficult to find.
  • It is very difficult to determine what are the most popular of modern programming languages.
  • Over three years of observations had been needed for the difficult analysis.
  • It was very difficult for women to become doctors in any field before the 1970s.
  • Hence they can be difficult to install in deep water without special equipment.
  • The difficult issue of who would control the education system was deferred until after independence.
  • Certainly war with the combined might of the two powers would have been exceedingly difficult.
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Meaning of difficult

  • adjective Not easy; requiring great physical or mental effort to accomplish or comprehend or endure
    a difficult task, nesting places on the cliffs are difficult of access, difficult times, why is it so hard for you to keep a secret?