In a troubling manner; causing one to be troubled (adverb)
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Use "troublingly" in a sentence
"Minneapolis Fed President Narayana Kocherlakota, who despite his reputation as an inflation hawk has publicly voiced support for the Fed's bond-buying program, said on Thursday the jobless rate will remain "troublingly" high through 2012."
"The compliance rate for one important FATF recommendation is troublingly low, as the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime pointed out in a 2009 report for the StAR Initiative."
"I felt utterly compelled to find out what happened to her, and if the compulsory happy ending was in evidence, at least the journey to it had been wittily acerbic and troublingly accurate in its representation of modern mores."