crisis[ krahy-sis ]SEE DEFINITION OF crisis
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He felt that a crisis had come, and he was determined to be obeyed.
The Opium trade, perhaps beneficially, brought matters to a crisis.
It is the crisis which makes the pressure, and not the laws which provide a remedy for it.
In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem.
The young man tried to be patient over her density in this time of crisis.
Garson was growing stronger, since at last the crisis was upon him.
Antonio gives lavishly, but is saved at the crisis by his friends.
But his boundless self-confidence served him well in this crisis.
How did I chance to see him just at that crisis, when I didn't know of his presence?
His proposal at this crisis for you, my dear, is a charming thing.
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