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

Throughout the ages it has been conundrums like these that have taxed human ingenuity and made of life such an alluring adventure.

The Henkyl Hunters were no “chuffs”, no conundrums, with the strange riddle of incivility up a sleeve.

Pemrose Lorry, Camp Fire GirlIsabel Katherine Hornibrook

Why one "silence" could not serve her turn is one of those Dundrearyan conundrums that no fellow can find out.

The particulars of these conundrums were inaudible, from distance, but the scheme was clear.

When Ghost Meets GhostWilliam Frend De Morgan

The text is often mundane, is full of conundrums and puns popular in the early 1800's—and is mercifully short.

The guests are requested to think up some conundrums about some person in the present company.

Games for EverybodyMay C. Hofmann

Now let me drop a few pearls of wisdom in the form of conundrums.

The Rules of the GameStewart Edward White

Conundrums played their part in the eighteenth century juvenile life, much as they do to-day.

These and kindred speculations have produced some rather curious discussions, which not infrequently end in conundrums.

The Last LinkErnst Haeckel

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