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dilemmas

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Resolving moral dilemmas is her daily work, and she does it with clarity and aplomb.

It creates this whole other level of dilemmas if you want to be a female bartender career-wise.

And that will create a profound sequence of dilemmas for American business.

This is one case where rabbis have responded wisely to the dilemmas of our age.

Just as many countries struggle with the difficult democratic dilemmas diversity brings, Israel struggles, too.

He had expected complications, and had prepared numberless phrases in his mind to meet imaginary dilemmas.

Indeed, too sadly so, and I dare apply but a flash of the microscope to the rageing dilemmas of this animalcule.

Notice that the fanatic or crowd-man always strives to universalize his own moral dilemmas.

It is almost impossible to keep the consideration of any subject of general interest above the dilemmas of partisan crowds.

Any real solution lies wholly outside present crowd-dilemmas.

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On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dilemmas, such as: predicament, impasse, mess, puzzle, quandary, and difficulty.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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