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1. I was in a quandary about whether to go.
2. George was in a quandary —should he go or shouldn't he?
3. The government appears to be in a quandary about what to do with so many people.
4. She's in a bit of a quandary about which of the jobs to accept.Sentencedict.com
5. Kate was in a quandary over whether to go or not.
6. The young uniform was in a quandary.
7. Dora, Lady Westbourne, was in a quandary.
8. Young actresses dwell in a quandary.
9. A new book thoughtfully analyzes the quandary.
10. This put Mr Babbitt in a quandary.
11. Of course(sentencedict.com), there is an upside to every quandary.
12. In essence the surrealist quandary minors the avant-garde's precarious existence.
13. Then I remembered my quandary over the way one looked at X-rays.
14. But they were in a quandary about how to blend their vastly different tastes.
15. Her unwillingness to cooperate put me in a quandary.
16. This puts the junta in a quandary.
17. His question placed me in a quandary.
18. I was put in a great quandary.
19. In spite of this, they were in a quandary.
20. That leaves us in a bit of a quandary.
21. He found himself in a quandary.
22. I was put in a quandary.
23. I've been offered a better job but at a lower salary I'm in a quandary about what to do.
24. I've had two job offers, and I'm in a real quandary about/over which one to accept.
25. The right, as usual these days, is in a quandary.
26. If the laws change and make your will obsolete, the lawyer is in a quandary.
27. Perhaps if I could ask you a few questions, it might help me in my quandary.
28. He retired to his basket in a huff and I went off to the supermarket in a quandary.
29. The rising of new technology revolution marks the coming of knowledge economy and makes the traditional industry trichotomy become more quandary than before .
30. At this point , I was in a slight bit of a quandary.
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