Pronunciation of Trying
/t_ɹ_ˈaɪ_ɪ_ŋ/, /tɹˈa͡ɪɪŋ/, /tɹˈa‍ɪɪŋ/

Antonyms for trying:

good tempered, no sweat, more fleeceable, no bother, un-hurried, un hurried, most fleeceable, un-disturbed, soft, most undemanding, light, comfortable, wieldy, balmy, most unburdensome, un-oppressive, humoring, more humoring, most unworried, un worried, more pardoning, un-complicated, restful, more unsuspicious, trivial, childs play, easily done, un-demanding, un-exacting, nothing it, un-burdensome, un suspicious, more unexacting, Deceivable, more painless, endurable, wieldiest, undemanding, un-forced, snapper, more unanxious, calm, most painless, goodnatured, tolerable, no trouble, bearable, cozy, un anxious, un-troublesome, snappest, unsuspicious, un-suspicious, most unexacting, fleeceable, cursive, clement, in-considerable, in-formal, easy, cincher, moderate, temperate, more deludable, in formal, gentle, friendly, Unburdensome, un forced, peaceful, most unanxious, trifling, more unoppressive, more deceivable, more pampering, hospitable, genial, facile, effortless, unstressful, goodtempered, more untroublesome, un complicated, un disturbed, un exacting, most pushover, un-anxious, cinchest, unexacting, more undemanding, most pampering, more picnic, good natured, in clover, un burdensome, snug, more cursive, child play, wieldier, most humoring, most unoppressive, un affected, painless, sub missive, un involved, most deludable, pleasant, un troublesome, un-worried, no problem, un-troubled, more excusing, un-pretentious, most deceivable, most cursive, Deludable, luxurious, reposeful, untroublesome, piece cake, most spoiling, most mollycoddling, unworried, at ease, un-involved, slight, more mollycoddling, more unworried, more spoiling, more pushover, un demanding, un troubled, mild, most untroublesome, in considerable, not burdensome.

Usage examples for trying:

  • I'm only trying to keep up with you. - "Lost Farm Camp", Harry Herbert Knibbs.
  • But this woman was not the only person who was trying to find Monsieur de Coconnas. - "Marguerite de Valois", Alexandre Dumas.
  • And I've been trying that sir, all day. - "The Adventures of Jimmie Dale", Frank L. Packard.

Idioms for trying:

Quotes for trying:

Rhymes for trying:

  • lying, dyeing, spying, drying, flying, guying, tying, buying, frying, shying, prying, sighing, plying, crying, eyeing, dying, vying;
  • applying, allying, undying, decrying, belying, defying, retrying, supplying, complying, denying, replying, implying, relying;
  • misapplying, semidrying, underlying, overflying, overlying;
  • indemnifying;

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