We have no meanings for "wants trouble" in our records yet.
Ah nebber wants trouble, and Ah nebber stirs up no trouble.
Word gets around, and nobody wants trouble with a pilot.
If a man wants trouble with me, he can get it and he knows how to do it.
"None of us wants trouble, but I fear these are troubled times, Master Mott," Ned said.
"If that little runt wants trouble, egad he's going to have all his little skin will hold."
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