situations[ sich-oo-ey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF situations
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SITUATIONS
She knew of situations like that, the cul-de-sac of chastity, worse than any devised by a Javert.
Still, gentlemen, I am well aware of the difference in our situations.
People must be taught what their situations are; that is what I was saying, Vivian.
Girls who have illegitimate children often lose their situations and their honor.
There are some situations which benefit only persons of bad repute.
He is developing his idea gradually in a series of positions or situations.
Several of the situations occur to me, but not a single clew to the story.
I used to imagine all sorts of situations and possibilities.
It is our vanity which hurries us into situations from which we must come out damaged.
There is no limit to the situations and curious combinations in this hunt.