Which preposition to use with dilemmas

of Occurrences 54%

Quartermaster Hayswho had obtained permission to accompany the expeditionwas riding near the General, and comprehending the dilemma of the man, rushed up to him, jerked the bugle from his hands and sounded the charge himself in clear and distinct notes.

in Occurrences 34%

The farmer knows his need and has made clear statement of the national dilemma in the form of a memorial to the President of the United States.

into Occurrences 6%

They reproached him with having burdened them with taxes, without having paid the Khan his tribute; and that, now the Tartars had come into Russia to demand restitution, he fled from vindication of his own acts, and left the people to extricate themselves from a dilemma into which he had brought them.

for Occurrences 6%

I struggled with the dilemma for hours, the more so, that I did not stand alone in the world.

with Occurrences 5%

It seems to me it has come to be a horrible dilemma with me.

by Occurrences 5%

"Little JACK HORNER," says he, with the easy grace of one perfectly familiar with the subject he is to treat; neither frightened at its immensity, nor putting himself in the way of a dilemma by stopping to examine details.

as Occurrences 3%

While he was in a dilemma as to what he should do and could not be free from anxiety by day nor from terror by night, Livia one day said to him: "What is this, husband?

between Occurrences 3%

John felt inclined for a little excursion with his bride; and out of compassion to the baron, who was in a dilemma between his duty and his love (for Lady Harriet about that time was particularly attractive), he offered his services.

to Occurrences 3%

Jack saluted, and stated his dilemma to the commander, who listened with amused interest.

than Occurrences 2%

There must be some other way out of my present dilemma than this," and rolling over on the mixture of grass and dry leaves which formed his resting-place he lay still and began to ponder.

OF Occurrences 2%

THE DILEMMAS OF DOGMATISM V.

through Occurrences 1%

With her numerous friends, she sought escape from the dilemma through various theories of social development; and they often sat or walked half through the night, discussing the fortunes of the race, and the intentions of God.

at Occurrences 1%

"There's not a drop of anything," muttered Herbert; "it's all gone " "To Wil'sbro'," explained Rosamond; then seeing the scared face of Dilemma at the door, she hastily gave a message, and sent her flying to the Rectory, while Mr. Bindon was explaining.

from Occurrences 1%

But Münchhausen, unable to execute his scheme, finds himself in an embarrassing dilemma from which he disentangles himself by mysteriously disappearing and never again coming to light.

Which preposition to use with  dilemmas