conundrum


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Synonyms for conundrum

Synonyms for conundrum

anything that arouses curiosity or perplexes because it is unexplained, inexplicable, or secret

Synonyms for conundrum

a difficult problem

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Filled with rich, distinct characters, each story line in The Hopkins Conundrum is strong in its own right, but the novel blossoms into something more in Edge's sure hand.
Based in Toronto, Conundrum manages USD875m in invested and committed equity, representing USD1.
Each game is comprised of alphabet and numeric rounds, ending with the final conundrum level.
Greenspan's conundrum has a more logical explanation.
If parents can't solve all the elements of the conundrum, just give it the younger ones for an hour-they are sure to embarrass with their observation skills.
Reporter] Michael Swan, in his article, "Church caught up in condom conundrum," in the Catholic Register insert, August 2006, states that "There is no official Church position on the use of condoms to prevent transmission of a virus, or on the use of condoms outside marriage.
Critical Lessons does not shy away from controversial topics, such as denouncing the concept that a benevolent God and a Hell of eternal torture as a logically impossible conundrum.
Nonetheless, her conundrum will certainly resonate with Lifetime's audience, who might wish they possessed Angela's gift.
A superbly crafted mystery, The Blood Knot is very highly recommended reading as a man who's only intentions are peacefully fly fishing in country finds himself enveloped in peculiar happenings and a genuine "who done it" conundrum.
I, too, found myself in a similar credit conundrum as a youngster in college.
So the Wie conundrum raises the question: Is she a role model for women, a potential setback for the LPGA Tour, or perhaps both?
This has confounded many distinguished observers, none more so than Alan Greenspan, who has described this year's rally in bond markets as a conundrum.
The Korean Conundrum rightly notes that such economic success was made possible largely by American security guarantees, which let South Korea spend comparatively little on its own defense and focus instead on civil development, building its economic infrastructure.
Tenant farmers Nigel and Lynn Dudgeon, of Conundrum, the most northerly farm in the country, have joined forces with Defra and English Heritage to launch the trail in and around the Halidon Hill Battlefield.
Leave it to Robert Moses to find a way to express the conundrum of hypocrisy and racism in America through movement itself.