Because she was only getting periodic gigs, the singer was struggling financially.
Mori, on the other hand, is struggling to make Israel better.
But what lingers is Hipple, a mile behind the play, struggling back to his feet.
It also reported that the company was struggling and would return $20 million to its investors.
When it comes to bowling, however, Kreayshawn is struggling.
"It was the king," said Nathaniel, struggling to master himself.
Once she was struggling for voice to speak to him, and he mocked her useless efforts.
When I was poor, struggling alone, friendless, did you even write to me?
It was not locked, and Maud, struggling with Sylvia had no time to close it.
The next moment he fell, face downward, in the struggling mass, with a Venetian pike thrust through his thigh.
late 14c., probably a frequentative form, of uncertain origin. Skeat suggests Old Norse strugr "ill will;" others suggest a connection to Dutch struikelen, German straucheln "to stumble." Related: Struggled; struggling.
1690s, from struggle (v.).
To have difficulty winning or holding the pace; be in athletic travail: Mets struggling; Cardinals soaring/ Lendl Struggles to Win
[1970s+ Sports; in the general sense ''strive despite difficulties,'' found by 1597]