issues[ ish-oo or, esp. British, is-yoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF issues
Synonyms for issues
- matter of contention
- point of departure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ISSUES
Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life.
Rogers wipes the blood from his face, and issues his orders.
There was something in her heart that told her that to-day's event was big with issues.
You consider too much, where the issues are plain and simple.
We agreed that we would live together—'pool our issues,' as they say in America.
The issues of the strike were issues with which we are all familiar.
What Englishman issues forth at morn, without one beneath his arm?
When issues involving these are presented they vote in large numbers.
For the Poles it was like being in a burning house of which all the issues were locked.
In the last century the issues were simple, and can be easily expressed.