Vicissitude in a Sentence
Definition of Vicissitude
a change of circumstances or fortune, typically one that is unwelcome or unpleasant.
Use Vicissitude in a sentence
The parental vicissitude I currently have is trying to pay child support for six children.
My vicissitude in college was tackling seven classes and a job.
Though he had many vicissitudes in life, nothing would stop him from becoming an entrepreneur.
Some say that we must go through the vicissitudes in life to become a stronger person.
I love my annoying little brother, but we do have our vicissitudes.
Americans will have their financial vicissitudes in a recession.
Dealing with traffic is a vicissitude of city life.
Against all physical vicissitudes, he still won first place in the 5K run.
One vicissitude of owning a cat is that they shed hair everywhere.
Her vicissitudes in life made it a challenge to finish high school.
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difficulties, changeable, fluctuations