It would have given them a better understanding of the nature of the conflict and of Israel's predicament.
When he first arrived in 2006, he only knew two or three others in his predicament.
But the line that follows may be key to the predicament Fonthes has found herself in: “Well, most of my family…”
And every leader in such a predicament feels unsure of direction and overwhelmed by complexity.
His letters to them show how their predicament brought his own vividly back to him.
Anyone who has been seasick can in some measure appreciate our predicament.
During lectures, he tried to reason himself out of the predicament.
The Doctor grinned at her with sardonic enjoyment of her predicament.
For safety, the climbers had in their predicament nothing to fear.
Why is it that a stout Englishman bordering on fifty finds himself in such a predicament as that?
early 15c., "category, class; one of Aristotle's 10 categories," from Medieval Latin predicamentum, from Late Latin praedicamentum "quality, category, something predicted, that which is asserted," from Latin praedicatus, past participle of praedicare (see predicate). Praedicamentum is a loan-translation of Greek kategoria, Aristotle's word. The meaning "unpleasant situation" is first recorded 1580s.