Example sentences for: dilemmas

How can you use “dilemmas” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Prisoner's Dilemmas could be argued to reemerge even where payoffs vary widely, because of the fact that adjacent payoffs will sometimes turn out to be very far apart, rather than being very close together (and overlapping).

  • Mathematical models can circumvent ethical dilemmas.

  • And they had presented the rest of the world with constant dilemmas: "to demand more U.S. leadership or less, to tag along behind the coalition or to risk being labelled accomplices of evil."

  • The U.S. government faces two dilemmas: 1) It must make the situation look grim enough to jar Congress into supporting the International Monetary Fund but not so grim that investors pull all their money out of Russia.

  • But while Stoppard has slummed a bit for the big screen, he has done some of his most serious and demanding work for the small one: Professional Foul , a 1977 BBC commission, addressed the moral dilemmas faced by a group of English academics at a philosophical conference in Prague; and Squaring the Circle: Poland 1980-81 , broadcast in 1984, brought the playful self-consciousness of Travesties to the deadly serious events surrounding the Lenin Shipyard strike and the subsequent government crackdown.


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