Correct spelling for the English word "Difficulties" is [d_ˈɪ_f_ɪ_k_ˌʌ_l_t_ɪ_z], [dˈɪfɪkˌʌltɪz], [dˈɪfɪkˌʌltɪz]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of DIFFICULTIES

  1. Embarrassment of affairs, chiefly in money affairs.

Common Misspellings for DIFFICULTIES

Below is the list of 439 misspellings for the word "difficulties".

Usage Examples for DIFFICULTIES

  1. But though she lived very simply, she never seemed to be in difficulties. - "A Tale of a Lonely Parish" by F. Marion Crawford
  2. If you will agree to it, all the money difficulties will be settled. - "Miss Mackenzie" by Anthony Trollope
  3. It is far better practice to find out for yourself where the difficulties lie, than to be told where to expect them. - "Dante: His Times and His Work" by Arthur John Butler
  4. Polly Neefit would pull him through all his difficulties. - "Ralph the Heir" by Anthony Trollope
  5. I supposed it was that the maid wished to be near her mistress as we were approaching Paris, and I had heard from the Countess that the porter had made many difficulties. - "The Rome Express" by Arthur Griffiths