(n) great trouble or difficulty
Life is filled with struggles and trials, you willpower is measured by how many of these adventitious situations you can overcome.
(n) a huge fire, an inferno
We watched in horror as the man was engulfed if a blazing conflagration of flames.
(adj) puzzling; baffling
The physics problem produced nothing but confounding blank stares.
confoundable, (adj.), confounder (n.), confoundingly (adv.),
interconfound, (v.) preconfound (v.)
(adj) hidden; hard to understand; mysterious; obscure
We write to each other in our cryptic code in order to confuse anyone who reads it.
cryptically (adv.), noncryptic (adj.) noncryptical (adj.), noncryptically (adj.)
(n) a failure or breakdown; a collapse that is often nonsensical
The driving test was a debacle, i failed no less then miserably.
(n) a riddle or mystery; a puzzling or baffling matter or person
Colbey has always been an enigma, no one is really sure what he thinks about.
enigmatic (adj.), enigmatical (adj.), enigmatically (adv.)
(n) a maze from which it is very hard to extricate or free oneself
Politics is an ever changing labyrinth of deception and lies.
labyrinthian , labyrinthian or labyrinthic (adj.), laby'rinthically , labyrinthian or labyrinthic (adv.)
(adj) dangerous or risky; uncertain
When ever i place my cup percarously on the corner of the table my mom tells me that its going to fall.
precariously (adv.), precariousness (n.)
(n) a dilemma; a confusing or puzzling situation
No friends to help you, all alone in your problems, your in quite a quandary arn't you.
(n) great unrest; turmoil or disorder
Megan caused much turbulence in are group of friends, always causing more drama then necessary.
(n) a turbulent scenario or situation; tumult
When the press announced that the president was leaking money to privet partys the country arose in turmoil.