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Synonyms for plight

Synonyms for plight

to guarantee by a solemn promise

a declaration that one will or will not do a certain thing

Synonyms for plight

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

a solemn pledge of fidelity

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give to in marriage

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promise solemnly and formally

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Justice Jawwad S Khawaja remarked " it seems as if provincial governments have no interest in improving the plight of female prisoners.
A Kashmiri detainee, Lateef Ahmad Waza, imprisoned at a jail in Rajasthan, had been seriously ill for the last eight months, but denied medical and other basic facilities, she deplored, According to reporter, Zamrooda Habib called upon international human rights organizations to take notice of the plight of Kashmiri detainees in Indian jails.
With the dreadful state of the NHS here, the ever widening gap between the rich and poor and the likely continuation of austerity pains for several years, surely his focus should be the plight and aspirations of the majority in Wales, rather than his own vested interests and that of his coterie.
their protest and sympathise with their plight, however if they want help from the UK then they could at least get our flag correct.
Summary: Crash of helicopter delivering aid wounds Iraqi lawmaker who helped bring attention to plight of besieged members of her Yazidi community.
Renowned for their bravery, selflessness and willingness to risk their lives in the face of duty, the Nepalese Sherpas are evaluating these age-old celebrated principles in the face of apathy from their government and a lack of sensitivity from the international community on their plight.
We reported Yupi's plight three weeks ago, and caring readers responded in their thousands, backing a campaign to raise PS150,000 to fly her to the UK.
THERESA Villiers has been accused of "ignoring the plight of workers" as more than 500 people face losing their jobs.
Whilst the spotlight tends to fall on those whose jobs are at risk or face losing benefits, the plight of those either in or preparing for retirement can be ignored.
Dr Sasa travelled from the borders of India to speak to students at Bede Academy in Blyth, Northumberland, about the plight of thousands of people living in Chin state, in Burma.
Ordinary Lives" discusses the plight of girls and women in post-civil war Lebanon.
New Delhi, Oct 27 (ANI): Cherie Blair, wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, on Tuesday said that the society must consider the plight of widows and suggested that their social concerns need to be addressed in right earnest.
World class Pakistani cricketers headed to Birmingham to highlight the plight of the humanitarian crisis in their country.
He stressed that each side accused the other of persecution and torture and this added to the plight of the Palestinian people.
TWO artists will raise the plight of the British bee as their work is given away free to visitors at a South Wales art gallery.