And it is difficult to suppose that Moses had not received a complete education.
Sophia found the first half-hour not at all difficult to surmount.
It is difficult to account for the object of this strange proceeding.
It was difficult to conceive how they could be further injured.
But, really, the noise of that screw makes it difficult to hear distinctly.
I think it will be difficult,” said Mrs Campbell; “but they will try all they can.
Dion had found it difficult not to be forced from the litter while answering.
It was difficult to swallow this bitter pill which Providence had administered.
Yet it is not difficult to conjecture the reason for his change of plan.
Through no fault of her own, she is placed in a difficult position.
difficult c.1400, apparently a back formation from difficulty. French has difficile, Latin difficilis. Of persons, "hard to please," from 1580s.