It is a sobering truth that has long term implications for U.S. patience in dealing with the Afghan-Pakistan conundrum.
For the ADL, Israel posed a conundrum: the conundrum of Jewish power.
Theoretically, in this conundrum, the first to shoot is at a tactical disadvantage.
Hamas solved its conundrum by turning to Egypt to negotiate a truce, wrote Yedioth and Haaretz.
They both show a bit more fallibility when asked about this conundrum in person.
Anna asked them if they ever heard the conundrum “What was Eve made for?”
"This is obviously a conundrum," said Yates, ticking off the items on his four fingers.
It puzzled him; but then Handy himself was at all times more or less of a conundrum to him.
This may be a good solution, viewing the problem as a conundrum: but it is not scientific.
This editor copied the conundrum and could not resist the temptation to answer it, which he did thus: 'Because he is an ass!'
1590s, Oxford University slang for "pedant," also "whim," etc., later (1790) "riddle, puzzle." Also spelled quonundrum. The sort of ponderous pseudo-Latin word that was once the height of humor in learned circles.