View definitions for predicament
noun as in difficult situation
I don’t think that they were ever in that predicament to that degree.
One user in East Moline, Illinois, who described the predicament on a DSLReports forum in early January, said they paid for the 6TB plan "to make sure we wouldn't go over the cap" and had never used more than 4TB.
Part of the reason for this predicament is that we too often look at online threats through a partisan lens.
Specialists in clinical trials said the case of Novavax highlights the predicament in trying to develop a roster of multiple vaccines simultaneously to battle a global pandemic.
I think there are millions of others who are in the same predicament.
Their solidified friendship is one of the most touching details of the premiere, but it also puts Branson in a tricky predicament.
Mark Reay knows his predicament is very different from theirs.
Earlier this year, 78-year-old Walter Williams found himself in a similar predicament.
His predicament eventually become something of a cause célèbre, attracting even the attention of the Princess of Wales.
In a way, the roots of this predicament reach back hundreds of years.
“This is a distressing predicament for these young people,” thought Mr. Pickwick, as he dressed himself next morning.
Finally, his predicament became so awkward that an expression of distress crept into his face.
Of course, the smoke-signals, passed along by Dangerfield's chain of guards, were responsible for Matt's predicament.
Jogging on over the sand, I sat silent, cudgelling my brains for a solution of the disastrous predicament I had gotten into.
I went to the Junior, told him my predicament, and he kindly offered to wait for his debt, though the note was overdue.
On this page you'll find 119 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to predicament, such as: circumstance, crisis, deadlock, dilemma, hardship, and imbroglio.
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