What is another word for Perplexities?

Pronunciation: [pəplˈɛksɪtiz] (IPA)

Perplexities refers to the state of being puzzled or confused. Synonyms for perplexities include confusion, bewilderment, disorientation, uncertainty, doubt, dilemma, and predicament. When faced with perplexities, individuals may experience a sense of disquiet or agitation, as they struggle to make sense of the situation at hand. Other synonyms for perplexities include complexity, intricacy, and convolution, suggesting that perplexities are often associated with complex or difficult-to-understand situations. Despite the challenges posed by perplexities, individuals can often overcome these obstacles by seeking out new information or adopting a different perspective, allowing them to gain clarity and make informed decisions.

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What are the hypernyms for Perplexities?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Perplexities

This was, to him, the final triumph of existence-to have it in his hand, to roll it round and round, to bang it down upon the floor and watch it jump, this was the reason why one was here, this the solution of all Perplexities.
Hugh Walpole
Henry Galleon, even though he was too ill to talk, would put him right with all his Perplexities, would give him courage to cut through all these complications that had been gathering, lately, so thickly about him.
Hugh Walpole
Or was there a still more humiliating answer to her Perplexities?
"The Greater Inclination"
Edith Wharton

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