[ US /ˈkwɑndɝi, ˈkwɑndɹi/ ]
[ UK /kwˈɒndəɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. state of uncertainty or perplexity especially as requiring a choice between equally unfavorable options
  2. a situation from which extrication is difficult especially an unpleasant or trying one
    the woeful plight of homeless people
    finds himself in a most awkward predicament
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How To Use quandary In A Sentence

  • The United States should encourage the Arab League to not only endorse the continuation of direct talks at this critical juncture, but also be more creative, take the initiative and change the dynamic of the negotiations regardless of how the settlement quandary is resolved. Alon Ben-Meir: A Paradigm Shift
  • I was in a quandary about whether to go.
  • The quandary faced by the judges highlights some of the complexities of international justice when faced with such high-profile defendants. Times, Sunday Times
  • I suppose my quandary is this: James is the one applying for the visa. Australia: a quandary « Sven’s guide to…
  • In a quandary he contacted me to see if I could help find someone who could help.
  • The depths of this understanding - which I had not at all expected - put me in a quandary.
  • But they were in a quandary about how to blend their vastly different tastes.
  • If Larry Johnson's situation gets resolved, the quarterback quandary is successfully solved and the defense continues to improve, a fan would have reason for cautious optimism. Change comes for K.C., but weapons still remain
  • I am in a quandary about the disposal of these items. Times, Sunday Times
  • I say two, because another managerial solution to this quandary is to work on the slightly simpler equation of four into three.
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