Definition of In a bind

1. Adjective. (idiomatic) In a difficult situation, usually of one's own making; having a dilemma; faced with a problem or a set of problems for which there is no easy solution. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of In A Bind

in-tray
in-trays
in-turn
in-universe
in-vitro
in-winter
in-your-face
in Abraham's bosom
in Dutch
in Dutch(p)
in God's name
in a bad way(p)
in a bake
in a beastly manner
in a big way
in a bind (current term)
in a broad way
in a canter
in a circle
in a cleft stick
in a family way
in a few shakes
in a flash
in a heartbeat
in a heartfelt way
in a higher place
in a hurry
in a jiffy
in a lather
in a league of one's own

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