All things conspired towards the present dilemma.
I am on the horns of a dilemma about the matter.
I am in a dilemma whether to do maths or English.
He was thrown into a dilemma.
Tom thought himself into a dilemma.
We must get out of the present dilemma by some means or other.
She was in a dilemma whether to stay at school or get a job.
The dilemma presented quite a poser.
An ethical dilemma is a situation that an individual faces involving a decision about appropriable behavior.
Mercifully some one arrived upon the scene to extricate him from the dilemma and assume the responsibility.
I’m really on the horns of a dilemma. I need the car but I can’t afford it.
The ideas of how to help their company get out of dilemma occupied the proscenium of his mind.
The doctor was in a dilemma as to whether to tell the patient the truth about his condition or not.
I haven’t yet been able to ideate a solution to my current dilemma.
The other issue, far more fundamental, is the apparent dilemma between ethnic rootedness and national identity.
In the novels of the period the dilemma was felicitously solved by the discovery, on the last page, that the apparently penniless heroine was really a great heiress .
It was proved that custom designed framework could solve the clinical dilemma of severe dentition attrition, food impaction and periodontitis, and the odontoptosis was repaired.
Based on the experiment results, hand-cross-pollination operation procedure for sugar apple and atemoya is proposed for practical utilization in the industry to solve the dilemma.
Ph.D. students who haven't completed their dissertations by the time their fellowships expire face a difficult dilemma
It can be lucrative, but it has its dilemmas.
But it also poses a dilemma for Mr Cameron.
And that was my dilemma six years ago.
They face a dilemma now, says Palestinian political scientist Raid Nairat.
Earlier generations faced similar values dilemmas when dealing with the USSR and Warsaw Pact.
And that's posed a big dilemma for many banks and tax havens such as Switzerland.
And that leaves us with a dilemma.
The dilemma is really around the suppressive efforts.
Therapists describe this dilemma as: " If the queen had balls, she'd be the king."
New diseases, dilemmas, and other threats are always arising.
I am in a dilemma whether to do mathematics or English.
All of them will interpret cultural expressions, and confront ethical dilemmas in their personal and professional lives.
It's a dilemma that's hurting businesses too.
That's the dilemma that faces thousands of British students every year.
Penny, please, I'm on the horns of a relationship dilemma.
The human mind wants to worry about the dilemmas we face today.
I find myself in a bit of an ethical dilemma, Kit.
It was a dilemma because the footballer could have demanded damages if we were wrong.
LEE BERGER: We were faced with a dilemma.
I-It's a dilemma. - I think I know what to do.