The word tribulations appears in the following sentences from Moby-Dick:
Chapter 1 > Paragraph 7 > Sentence 5:
For my part, I abominate all honorable respectable toils, trials, and tribulations of every kind whatsoever.
Chapter 27 > Paragraph 3 > Sentence 1:
I say this continual smoking must have been one cause, at least of his peculiar disposition; for every one knows that this early air, whether ashore or afloat, is terribly infected with the nameless miseries of the numberless mortals who have died exhaling it; and as in time of the cholera, some people go about with a camphorated handkerchief to their mouths; so, likewise, against all mortal tribulations, Stubb's tobacco smoke might have operated as a sort of disinfecting agent.
Concordance for the word tribulations from Moby-Dick.