English words and Examples of Usage

use "plight" in a sentence

Ignoring the plight of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal women for YEARS.

But the plight of the North African nation remains a blot on her record.

Feraud said he regretted not going public earlier about the migrants' plight.

Described the plight of police officers too afraid to do their jobs properly.

His plight is not unusual as thousands wait for social housing across Nunavut.

They each want someone to listen to their plight; to help them stay in Austria.

Joe Chidley: Tony Soprano would sympathize with the plight of Greece's creditors.

But Williams did not exactly suffer the same plight as the locals trapped inside.

The case drew national attention to the plight of misunderstood transgender youth.

By no means should Cuomo have ignored the farmers and steelworkers and their plight.

He said it is important to recognize the builders' plight and remember their burden.

Yet both Barack Obama and Francois Hollande have been equally silent on their plight.

Abdillahi's pathetic plight began shortly after he arrived in Canada with his mother.

Edin and Shaefer have some solutions in mind for easing the plight of America's ultrapoor.

Some Hungarian citizens, moved by their plight, handed out food and water to those passing.

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