plight Meaning in Bengali - Synonyms and Definition of plight

Definition of plight

noun

a dangerous, difficult, or otherwise unfortunate situation.

We've closed our eyes to the plight of those living in totalitarian or theocratic oppression.

pledge or promise solemnly (one's faith or loyalty).

In benign triumph the Cardinal draws Raphael by the wrist towards his niece for the contractual plighting of hands but she, noticing Raphael's distaste, is slow to unfold her arms.

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Example of plight

  • A lot is made of her intelligence, which has the unfortunate effect of implying that her plight would somehow be less painful if she were stupid.

  • As the car made its way to that exact place - home - she felt as though she was plighting with something that should have just been left alone.

  • Betrothal vows were often as binding as wedding vows, and ‘ plighting the troth’ was often an excuse to consummate the marriage ahead of the actual ceremony.

  • But as the first help trickled in on Sunday, it was the plight of the living that seemed the most desperate.

  • By ‘ulterior plighting ’ I mean ulterior trothing with death.

  • Her plight was exceptionally difficult since she had lost her company commander also.

  • However, it is difficult not to feel some sympathy towards the plight of university principals.

  • I am fully sympathetic with their plight and the difficult conditions under which they often have to survive.

  • In benign triumph the Cardinal draws Raphael by the wrist towards his niece for the contractual plighting of hands but she, noticing Raphael's distaste, is slow to unfold her arms.

  • In order to prove a point about the alienation of the intellectual, I would like to examine the plights of two women in tricky situations.