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    predicament

    predicament - Dictionary definition and meaning for word predicament

    Definition
    (noun) a situation from which extrication is difficult especially an unpleasant or trying one
    Synonyms : plight , quandary
    Example Sentence
    • finds himself in a most awkward predicament
    • the woeful plight of homeless people
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for predicament

predicament-> sounds like predict. The king called his minister to predict his future putting the poor fellow in a tricky/dangerous situation.

In prison, when the inmates tries to DICK A MEN, so the poor guy is in a predicament situation

PREDICAMENT ~ PREDIC (T) - AMENT : imagine a situation where YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT will happen (can't predict) or WHAT TO DO..is a predicament.

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read pred as in predator and cament as coming so predator=coming hence dilema and dangerous situation...

predicament= forward + dict(speak).when u orate or do public speaking u tend to get nervous but now that u climbed the podim ,u have to give the speech too.therefore u cannot even get down.therefore,situation where u r trapped

predict-amend ...so amending the prediction can become a tricky situation

if u have an ailment in ur dick,,thats a pretty dangerous situation and u get into a state of dilemma of how to use ur dick while....

predicament --> red cement. imagine u stepped in a pile of red cement and u peed in it. it has become hard and u r trapped. u dont know how to get out from this dangerous risky situation. u cannot predict the outcome of this.

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