Synonym: brain-teaser, enigma, riddle. Similar words: drum, drum up, pronunciation, sundry, hundred, laundry, round and round, scoundrel. Meaning: [kə'nʌndrəm] n. a difficult problem.
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1 The administration is facing a familiar conundrum.
2 Time will doubtless provide the answer to that conundrum.
3 This is not merely a curious conundrum.
4 It was the moral conundrum that defined our home.
5 King remains a conundrum, a man of both major strengths and serious character flaws.
6 The conundrum is whether Bob Kimmins is sufficiently match-fit to join Charles Cusani in the second row.
7 The ideal solution to the conundrum is to teach no religion in schools.
8 This creeping classical conundrum could have untold beneficial effects on the population as a whole.
9 Locked in a metaphysical conundrum,(www.Sentencedict.com) they both looked at the patch of road where the virtual pole barred the way.
10 Skymaster is stuck in a conundrum that affects a lot of electronic information services.
11 Many an old story was retold, and ancient conundrum repeated.
12 This poses a conundrum for businesses leaders wanting to take advantage of, for example, the Research and Development tax credit.
13 But we do not need to solve this conundrum, for the picture painted is unreal.
14 A conundrum for minds of a more philosophical cast than mine.
15 International law To this conundrum there were to be at least three alternative answers.
16 The U.S. economy is a conundrum.
17 Let me give you some history about a conundrum.
18 It is an old conundrum.
19 Roles are the tools to answer this conundrum.
20 A conundrum in the analysis of change.
21 In stereopsis[sentencedict.com], this conundrum is called the correspondence problem.
22 Senior US figures recognise this conundrum.
23 Arranging childcare over the school holidays can be quite a conundrum for working parents.
24 This is partly a humid, faintly Graham Greene-like love story, partly a conundrum about opaque and enigmatic behaviour.
25 Physics also tells us that there is a logical answer to the seeming conundrum of the diversity of species.
26 Marian Dawkins and Tim Guilford of Oxford have recently suggested a resolution to this conundrum.
27 So far he had found no way to resolve the conundrum facing him.
28 Back then, I thought of New York as being the answer to any conundrum.
29 The observational data show that Easton's neighbourhood police have two recipes for resolving this dilemma and its associated conundrum.
30 The feminine voice at the start of the Shipman's Tale is a conundrum that draws attention to the teller.
More similar words: drum, drum up, pronunciation, sundry, hundred, laundry, round and round, scoundrel, confounded, under control, drug, drub, onus, enunciate, bonus, button up, renunciation, drudgery, monument, forum, kindred, rumor, syndrome, quorum, grumpy, decorum, dendrology, spectrum, ruminate, rumination.