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predicament (s) (noun), predicaments (pl)
1. An unpleasant or dangerous condition or position: Sparky, the lively kitten, was always getting itself into predicaments, such as climbing a tree and not being able to get down.
2. A complicated, perplexing situation from which it is difficult to disentangle oneself: The government assistance department attempted to explain the dangerous predicaments which were facing journalists who were going to certain foreign countries.
A troublesome, embarrassing, or ludicrous situation.
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An unpleasant, dangerous, or ridiculous situation. (1)