conundrum

a riddle dilemma enigma 
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Conundrum

Co·nun'drum noun [ Origin unknown.] 1. A kind of riddle based upon some fanciful or fantastic resemblance between things quite unlike; a puzzling question, of which the answer is or involves a pun. « Or pun ambiguous, or conundrum quaint. J. Philips. » 2. A
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Conundrum

• (n.) A kind of riddle based upon some fanciful or fantastic resemblance between things quite unlike; a puzzling question, of which the answer is or involves a pun. • (n.) A question to which only a conjectural answer can be made.
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conundrum

conundrum (s), conundrums (pl) 1. Something which is puzzling or confusing. 2. Word puzzle. 3. A riddle, especially one with an answer in the form of a pun or a play on words. 4. Etymology: believed to have first appeared in 1596, an Oxford University slang term for 'pedant'; also 'whim', etc.; later in 1790, 'a riddle, a puzzle'; also spell...
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