Sentence example with the word 'plight'

plight

adverse circumstances, blight, contract, disconcertion, gaping chasm, irritation, pass, promise, spot, tight spot, warrant

Definition n. a situation from which extrication is difficult especially an unpleasant or trying one

Last update: September 22, 2015

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"It's not much to be particular about," said the sergeant; "it'll do you small good, my man, being in the same plight yourself."'   [noun]

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The flood increases the plight of poor people.   [noun]

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I plighting that I will never leave you.   [noun]

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The plight of the brown hare has taken a positive turn following the launch of a major project covering six counties across the UK.   [noun]

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The rescue of these two in their dreadful plight now needed the very acme of mountaineering skill.   [noun]

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"Monsieur, you have the plighted faith of 'un gentilhomme Francais', for your safety," returned Montcalm, laying his hand impressively on his heart; "it should suffice."'   [Please select]

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I was, maybe, such an one as yourself when I plighted my faith to Alice Graham, the only child of a neighboring laird of some estate.   [Please select]

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She knew not of his shattered limbs and horrible plight; and it flashed across her that this was another trick of his--to destroy her and the baby, while he fled.   [Please select]

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CHAPTER LIV IN A SAD PLIGHT "How shall I get out of this parole."   [Please select]

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Even in this sad plight his courage and love of native land prevailed against the acceptance of aid from Frenchmen, if any should approach to offer it.   [Please select]

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