exceedingly difficult

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  • So exceedingly difficult was the task that it took me over two days. Cited from The Path to Rome, by Hilaire Belloc
  • Men who could do this were exceedingly difficult to find in some sections. Cited from Bricks Without Straw, by Albion W. Tourgee
  • Certainly war with the combined might of the two powers would have been exceedingly difficult.
  • However, you will find it exceedingly difficult to judge in this matter. Cited from A Practical Directory for Young Christian Females, by Harvey Newcomb
  • Otherwise, I think it will be exceedingly difficult for them to do so. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803, Vol. 3, Ed. by Blair and Robertson
  • The three sources that provide our knowledge on this period is exceedingly difficult to work with.
  • If he had been asked why he did this thing he would have found it exceedingly difficult to reply. Cited from The Mystery of the Four Fingers, by Fred M. White
  • Late that afternoon the travel for a half mile became exceedingly difficult. Cited from The Silent Places, by Steward Edward White
  • Also, finding the right moves may be exceedingly difficult for one or both sides.
  • He earned a reputation at a time when that was exceedingly difficult for artists of his race.
  • However, when the woman's delivery drew near, her labor became exceedingly difficult.
  • O best of kings, this religion is for these reasons, exceedingly difficult of practice. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3
  • By this time, also, all observations through the windows had become exceedingly difficult. Cited from All Around the Moon, by Jules Verne
  • In the first place, while the Union worked well in theory, it was exceedingly difficult in practice. Cited from Canada: the Empire of the North, by Agnes C. Laut
  • I shall speak now of that path which is the highest and which is exceedingly difficult of being understood. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4
  • It was exceedingly difficult for him to review them at all. Cited from The Divine Fire, by May Sinclair
  • This is exceedingly difficult to control and can perhaps never be entirely checked. Cited from Checking the Waste, by Mary Huston Gregory
  • It is exceedingly difficult to be an artist without this time-saving help.
  • It was, under all the circumstances of the case, an exceedingly difficult policy to carry out successfully. Cited from The Balkan Wars: 1912-1913, by Jacob Gould Schurman
  • For my own part, I find it exceedingly difficult to interpret songs without words. Cited from Jacob's Room, by Virginia Woolf
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