Thorny [adjective]

Definition of Thorny:

sharp, pointed

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Rodgers went 33 for 48 for 346 but got sacked five times and found Tampa Bay too thorny when Green Bay had chances.

Inside the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security, officials are grappling with thorny questions about race, terrorism and free-speech rights, as some investigators question whether more could have been done to prevent last week’s violence.

Some of the thorniest political differences, however, are local.

While there was broad agreement that medical workers and nursing home residents should be the first to get vaccines, the question of which groups should come next has been thornier, with much of the decision-making left to states.

Frequently confused with wild roses, these thorny bushes grow a crop of red berries that are often used as a trailside snack and a healthy tea.

“This clearly seems to be a thorny issue for them,” Reimer said.

Ready or not, the jump to 5G could be thorny for the carriers if customers are disappointed by a lack of dramatic speed improvement on their expensive new phones.

The deal will also have to navigate some thorny political issues.

“It’s an old thorny problem that nobody has been able to crack,” Greene said.