Washington faces a similar quandary in Year 2 of its rebuild under Rivera.
Character, the UC Berkeley graduate, faced a similar quandary when Amazon offered her a job even before she had graduated from college.
True authenticity, however, requires showing the bad along with the good, and that presents a quandary.
Maybe put into perspective the way you’re looking at that sort of quandary.
With sympathies divided, the player is faced with a series of devastating moral quandaries.
The quandary of whether to freeze eggs or not could become irrelevant overnight.
A teary Osbourne said she now thought "WWJD—what would Joan do" when faced with a quandary.
James Gunn, the director Marvel handpicked to helm the sci-fi opera Guardians of the Galaxy, was facing a similar quandary.
People of privilege making an effort to be better people face a difficult quandary.
As I noted in November, this legislation presented a quandary for Christie.
In his quandary, he heard a step without and looking up saw Pete in the open door.
Here again he was in a quandary, for except for a word or two of ordinary use he could understand no Zulu.
"I was attacked about four miles up the road by a tremendous sixty-pound Quandary, and I was nearly killed," said the major.
What put Matt in a quandary, however, was the fact that he could not reconcile his present surroundings with the Crescent.
He did not mean to find himself in a quandary when they were ready to turn back again, and not be able to say where the camp lay.
On this page you'll find 74 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to quandary, such as: difficulty, dilemma, embarrassment, impasse, plight, and predicament.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.