What is another word for issues?

Pronunciation: [ˈɪʃuːz] (IPA)

When we talk about problems or challenges in our daily lives, we often use the word "issues." However, there are many synonyms that we can use to describe these difficulties. Some alternative words for issues include concerns, troubles, dilemmas, obstacles, hurdles, complications, and setbacks. Using different words to describe the problems we face can help us to avoid repetition and provide a clearer understanding of the situation. It can also help us to avoid negative connotations associated with the word "issues" and approach our problems with a more optimistic outlook. So next time you encounter a difficulty, try using a different synonym to describe it and see how it affects your perspective.

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Usage examples for Issues

By his word he makes his thought and feeling known, and by his word he issues commands and gives effect to his will.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I"
Marcus Dods
I believe I was wrong about Henderson; at least the disagreeable went no further than that he is supposed to be the channel through which Lady Dorothea occasionally issues directions, not always in agreement with Mary's notions.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
Val, as frequently happens in times of stress, spoke first of a trivial matter, before her mind would grasp the greater issues.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower

Famous quotes with Issues

  • Today more than ever we need creative minds to address the issues of the age. And one of the most urgent is this: How can humanity know so much, achieve so much, and still fail so many people so badly?
    King Abdullah II
  • The issues and challenges surrounding nuclear non-proliferation are continuously evolving. They've changed dramatically at several junctures in recent memory.
    Spencer Abraham
  • I really did try to write it so that an educated public that cares about issues like this doesn't have to be a lawyer and can read it and understand it.
    Floyd Abrams
  • Republican patience with how unionism deals with the political institutions, and with key issues like equality and human rights, will be tested because, obviously, there will be a battle a day on these matters. So lets face up to all of this with our eyes wide open.
    Gerry Adams
  • The unionists also for their part, want to minimise the potential for change, not only on the equality agenda but on the issues of sovereignty and ending the union.
    Gerry Adams

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