[ kuh-nuhn-druh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF conundrums
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You know, Matthew, dear, I never was good at conundrums and such like.

We haven't any time to waste this evening on conundrums, you know.

She sighed, marvelling at this addition to life's conundrums.

That was a conundrum, and Matt had no time to give to conundrums just then.

Don't ask me conundrums about that very immoral female, Candida.

At the end of it all I felt like a collection of conundrums.

There would be games and conundrums and riddles and enigmas.

But I take it to be one of the conundrums "no fellah can ever find out."

"Nowadays we seem only to talk in conundrums of great moral import," she said.

She tries a dinner card with poetical quotations, conundrums, and so on.