addoaddawasit, addawa’, addawaf, addawai, addawais, addawaist, addawan, addawant, addawasai, addawasech, addawasem, addawasent, addawet, addawsoch, addawaswn, addawch, addawech, addawed, addawem, addawen, addawent, addawer, addawes, addawest, addawasid, addawa, addawi, addawiff, addawith, addawn, addawo, addawoch, addawodd, addawom, addawon, addawont, addawsant, haddawi, addawsom, addawson, addawyd, addawyf, addewais, addewaist, addewch, addewi, addewid, addewir, addewych, haddawasid, haddawa’, haddawaf, haddawai, haddawais, haddawaist, haddawan, haddawant, haddawasai, haddawasech, haddawasem, haddawet, haddawa, haddawasit, haddawaswn, haddawch, haddawech, haddawed, haddawem, haddawen, haddawent, haddawer, haddawes, haddawest, haddawsom, haddawiff, haddawith, haddawn, haddawo, haddawoch, haddawodd, haddawom, haddawon, haddawont, haddawsant, addo, haddawasent, haddawson, haddawyd, haddawyf, haddewais, haddewaist, haddewch, haddewi, haddewir, haddewych, haddo, haddawsoch
Noun(1) a situation from which extrication is difficult especially an unpleasant or trying one(2) a solemn pledge of fidelity
Verb(1) give to in marriage(2) promise solemnly and formally
(1) What he found shocked him but also made him more determined than ever to alert others to the plight of those living without clean water and sanitation.(2) However, it is difficult not to feel some sympathy towards the plight of university principals.(3) A lot is made of her intelligence, which has the unfortunate effect of implying that her plight would somehow be less painful if she were stupid.(4) They will be judged on their individual plight and circumstances as every refugee is.(5) Never mind the irony of the situation - the plight of those we went to help along the coast, just a few kilometres south.(6) we must direct our efforts towards relieving the plight of children living in poverty(7) we must direct our efforts toward relieving the plight of children living in poverty(8) They wept over the plight of the unfortunate individual and his difficult life of travail.(9) It is the decency of ordinary Americans that has made all the difference to the plight of the unfortunate ones.(10) This being the situation in the capital, one can well imagine the plight in other parts of the state.(11) Katy has cerebral palsy, kidney problems and learning difficulties but Mr Hulme is not swayed by her plight .(12) Unfortunately Evan's conclusion distracts us from the plight of refugees.(13) We've closed our eyes to the plight of those living in totalitarian or theocratic oppression.(14) The international community should make the situation better by responding rapidly to the plight of the victims of the civil war in the Congo.(15) You know a play is in trouble when the plight of a stalked woman elicits neither sympathy nor concern.(16) I am fully sympathetic with their plight and the difficult conditions under which they often have to survive.
(1) ecomonic plight :: ecomonic sefyllfa
1. predicament ::
2. troth ::
3. affiance ::
4. pledge ::
Different Formsplight, plighted, plighting, plights
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