no way out in English

noun

having no escape, having no exit

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1. No Way Out?

2. There's no way out.

3. Once in, there's no way out.

4. There's no way out of here.

5. Sometimes there is no way out exlep.

6. There is no way out of that ravine.

7. I see no way out of this impasse.

8. There's no way out of the Queen's chamber.

9. It seemed as if there was no way out.

10. He could see no way out of the situation.

11. Ambition never dies until there is no way out

12. Sometimes there is no way out exlept to say goodbye.

13. Sometimes there is no way out except to say goodbye.

14. An area with no way out is a Dead Land

15. There is no way out other than the fire escape.

16. 10) In which he told me there is no way-out .

17. They were surrounded back and belly and had no way out.

18. He was in a dilemma, and could see no way out.

19. There seems to be no way out of the current economic crisis.

20. At this discouragement there seemed, even to her holdfast nature , no way out.

21. 17 There was no Caterpillar Club yet, no way out of a doomed plane.

22. So I see no way out except to Iure the Germans onto our mines

23. Company expenses faces major crisis, overhead expenses and worker pay have no way out etc.

24. Above all, there seemed no way out: the State budget was on the brink of bankruptcy.

25. And we find that, seeing no way out of our difficulty, our relationship with God can suffer.

26. I am just a fly on the glass of window with a bight future but no way out.

27. We all live in a house on fire, no fire department to call , no way out. ----- Tennessee Williams.

28. Yet, he also said that we are “not cramped beyond movement,” “not absolutely with no way out,” and “not destroyed.”

29. By then there was no way out – asset market collapse and financial system wipe-out were baked in the cake.

30. When Wanda's little brother accidentally shrinks Ms. Frizzle and the kids, they end up trapped in a bathroom with no way out!

31. (James 2:1-9) Thus, in India a person is born into a rigid caste system, and there is almost no way out.

32. “We are hard-pressed in every way, but not cramped beyond movement; we are perplexed, but not absolutely with no way out.” —2 CORINTHIANS 4:8.

33. Reduced to poverty, they have no way out of their circumstances unless a kind and wealthy man takes over the bank and restores to the victims all their savings, relieving them of debt.

34. Especially while I was in Vladimir Prison did I identify with the apostle Paul’s words about being “pressed in every way, but not cramped beyond movement,” and “perplexed, but not absolutely with no way out.”

35. After his teammates join him, they will pull down the ropes to use for the next stage—leaving no way out but to rappel, climb, boulder, and swim to the exit point near the canyon's bottom.

36. We are pressed in every way, but not cramped beyond movement; we are perplexed, but not absolutely with no way out; we are persecuted, but not left in the lurch; we are thrown down, but not destroyed.”

37. The continual murderer in is pursued by police after the toy store, discovers has no way out, but reads the evil spirit incantation to attach own soul to side "the good child" on the rag baby body.

38. 15) After his teammates join him, they will pull down the ropes to use for the next stage—leaving no way out but to rappel, climb, boulder, and swim to the exit point near the canyon's bottom.

39. + 8 We are pressed in every way,+ but not cramped beyond movement; we are perplexed, but not absolutely with no way out;+ 9 we are persecuted, but not left in the lurch;+ we are thrown down,+ but not destroyed.

40. In Paul’s own case, he realistically admitted: “We are pressed in every way, but not cramped beyond movement; we are perplexed, but not absolutely with no way out; we are persecuted, but not left in the lurch; we are thrown down, but not destroyed.”

41. Paul put it this way: “We are pressed in every way, but not cramped beyond movement; we are perplexed, but not absolutely with no way out; we are persecuted, but not left in the lurch; we are thrown down, but not destroyed.”—2 Corinthians 4:8, 9.

42. (2 Timothy 3:12; Revelation 13:16, 17) Yet, we feel the way Paul did when he said: “We are pressed in every way, but not cramped beyond movement; we are perplexed, but not absolutely with no way out; we are persecuted, but not left in the lurch; we are thrown down, but not destroyed.”

43. Because of this God-given strength, we can say, as did the apostle: “We are pressed in every way, but not cramped beyond movement; we are perplexed, but not absolutely with no way out; we are persecuted, but not left in the lurch; we are thrown down, but not destroyed.” —2 Corinthians 4:8, 9.

44. But, in order to strengthen faith in Almighty God, they can think of the apostle Paul, who, before speaking of his own faith, said: “We are pressed in every way, but not cramped beyond movement; we are perplexed, but not absolutely with no way out; we are persecuted, but not left in the lurch; we are thrown down, but not destroyed.