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    plight - Dictionary definition and meaning for word plight

    (noun) a situation from which extrication is difficult especially an unpleasant or trying one
    Synonyms : predicament , quandary
    Example Sentence
    • finds himself in a most awkward predicament
    • the woeful plight of homeless people
    (noun) a solemn pledge of fidelity
    Synonyms : troth
    (verb) give to in marriage
    Synonyms : affiance , betroth , engage
    (verb) promise solemnly and formally
    Synonyms : pledge
    Example Sentence
    • I pledge that I will honor my wife
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for plight

sounds like flight which is a difficult condition for first time flyers.

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when ur going to pee,suddenly li8 gone.....shit its difficult condition to shit

ur studying and u dont have LIGHT.whcih is sad and diificult situation to deal with.

Plight is from Latin. plicare, to fold. If something folds, wrinkle appears which is a sign of bad condition

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