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  1. paulsniper19

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    Anyone else share this dilemma with me?
     
  2. Baddest Man on Earth

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    How is this a dilemma?
     
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    dilemma
    See definition in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
    Line breaks: di|lemma
    Pronunciation: /dɪˈlɛmə/

    /dʌɪˈlɛmə/
    Definition of dilemma in English:
    noun
    1A situation in which a difficult choice has to be made between two or more alternatives, especially ones that are equally undesirable:he wants to make money, but he also disapproves of it: Den’s dilemma in a nutshell
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    1.1A difficult situation or problem:the insoluble dilemma of adolescence
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    1.2Logic An argument forcing an opponent to choose either of two unfavourable alternatives.
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    Usage

    At its core, a dilemma is a situation in which a difficult choice has to be made between two or more alternatives. More informally, it can mean ‘a difficult situation or problem’ (as in the insoluble dilemma of adolescence). Some traditionalists object to this weakened use, but it is recorded as early as the first part of the 17th century, and is now widespread and generally acceptable.Note that dilemma is spelled with a double m in the middle, not as -mn-.

    Origin
    Early 16th century (denoting a form of argument involving a choice between equally unfavourable alternatives): via Latin from Greek dilēmma, from di- 'twice' + lēmma 'premise'.

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    Words that rhyme with dilemma
    contemner, Emma, emmer, Jemma, lemma, maremma, stemma, tremor
     
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