What is another word for hassles?

Pronunciation: [hˈasə͡lz] (IPA)

Hassles, or difficulties and annoyances, can be replaced with several other words that convey similar meanings. Some synonyms for hassles include troubles, complications, challenges, problems, obstacles, and inconveniences. Moreover, other words like vexations, irritations, burdens, and issues can also be used interchangeably with hassles. These synonyms can be helpful when trying to express the idea that something is causing inconvenience or annoyance. They can be used in various contexts, such as work-related situations, daily life activities, and personal relationships. Using synonyms for hassles can make your speech or writing more varied and expressive, enhancing your overall communication skills.

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Usage examples for Hassles

But then I thought again about Carly Grove, who'd found Kevin in no time at all, with zero hassles.
"Life Blood"
Thomas Hoover
So maybe there really could be a way to adopt a beautiful child with no hassles.
"Life Blood"
Thomas Hoover
Zero hassles and red tape.
"Life Blood"
Thomas Hoover

Famous quotes with Hassles

  • I advise you to say your dream is possible and then overcome all inconveniences, ignore all the hassles and take a running leap through the hoop, even if it is in flames.
    Les Brown
  • We must return optimism to our parenting. To focus on the joys, not the hassles; the love, not the disappointments; the common sense, not the complexities.
    Fred G. Gosman
  • What I really remember is that people camped out everywhere, and the fact everybody expected it might turn into a big nightmare with all sorts of hassles because back in those days everybody was smoking pot and taking acid.
    Johnny Rivers
  • I was getting a lot of hassles from the public. Everybody recognized me.
    Henry Thomas
  • Modern life is full of challenges, such as daily demands, deadlines, hassles and frustrations. Whenever the threat of any challenge outweighs one's perception of her/his ability to manage that threat, it can be an onset of Stress. I find it interesting that William Shakespear had offered a perfect strategy to manage the Stress - in his famous play "Hamlet". In this play, Hamlet makes a powerful statement: "There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so." In this one sentence, Shakespear teaches us that if we change our thoughts about a potentially threatening situation, we should be able to not only cope with the stress, but also lower our stress significantly. By now it's a well-established fact in Psychology that thinking positively, and transforming the threat into a potntial opportunity, empowers us to protect ourselves from the harmful side-effects of Stress.....and William Shakespear knew this fact more than 400 years ago. That's amazing!
    Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate

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