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difficult situation

noun as in touchy situation

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Example Sentences

But a media agenda to keep a very sensitive, very difficult situation and issue in the public light, and to bring all sides.

But Ahmah, the local activist, was busy worrying that an already a difficult situation for the Syrians in town was getting worse.

The al Qaeda leader also argues that an Arab Spring puts America in a difficult situation.

“It is a very difficult situation,” said Joseph Deering, the lawyer, to The Daily Beast.

“I appreciate what Ron Book is trying to do in a very difficult situation,” Jose “Pepe” Diaz told me.

Bassett was merely tiding over the difficult situation until his wife should be able to deal with it.

I resolved in this difficult situation upon a sulky silence, and to take whatever consequences might follow.

She was under the impression that Kara revealed rare tact and sweetness in a difficult situation.

Mopsus, the bowman, was the only one in the difficult situation who inflicted damage upon the Carthaginians.

It was a difficult situation and she tossed restlessly all night, getting little sleep.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to difficult situation, such as: sticky wicket, and tight spot.

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