Ado (n.): unnecessary trouble or conflict.

Synonyms: commotion, bother

Example Sentence: There has been much ado about the new school lunches.

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Fraudulent (adj.): done to trick someone for the purpose of getting something valuable

Synonyms: dishonest, deceitful

Example Sentence: During the tax season, TurboTax was having trouble with fraudulent tax filing in some accounts.

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Dispatch (v.): to quickly send off to a destination.

Synonyms: mail,  forward

Example Sentence: The courier had trouble dispatching the message due to the weather.

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Fraudulent (adj.): done to trick someone for the purpose of getting something valuable.

Synonyms: dishonest, deceitful

Example Sentence: During the tax season, TurboTax was having trouble with fraudulent tax filling in some accounts.

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Adversity (n.): difficulties; misfortune.

Synonyms: misfortune. trouble

Example Sentence: The massive wild fires across California have caused adversity for many families.

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Adversity (n.): difficulties; misfortune.

Synonyms: misfortune. trouble

Example Sentence: The massive wild fires across California have caused adversity for many families.

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