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exigency definition

  • noun:
    • their state or top-notch calling for much effort or instant activity.
    • A pressing or crisis. See Synonyms at crisis.
    • immediate requirements; pushing needs. Frequently used in the plural.
    • The demands or needs of a predicament (usually plural.)
    • a crisis.
    • a scenario calling for severe effort or interest.
    • The state or top-notch calling for much work or immediate action.
    • their state to be exigent; urgent or exacting need; pushing necessity or distress; need; an incident demanding instant activity, offer, or cure.
    • hawaii to be urgent; pressing need or demand; urgency: since, the exigency for the situation or of business.
    • A pressing requisite; an urgent situation; any situation which needs prompt activity, supply, or cure: since, in today's exigency no time will be lost.
    • A pressing or urgent situation. See Synonyms at crisis.
    • immediate requirements; pressing needs. Frequently used in the plural.
    • The needs or demands of a predicament (usually plural.)
    • An urgent situation.
    • A situation needing severe work or interest.
    • The state of being exigent; immediate or exacting desire; pushing necessity or stress; need; an incident demanding immediate activity, supply, or solution.
    • hawaii to be urgent; pressing need or need; urgency: since, the exigency associated with case or of business.
    • A pressing need; an urgent situation; any instance which requires prompt activity, offer, or solution: because, in the present exigency no time at all is usually to be lost.
    • A state of difficulty or desire; a condition of distress or need.
    • Command; necessity: as, the exigency of a writ.
    • a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that needs instant action
    • a pressing or urgent situation
    • circumstances of difficulty or wish; a condition of stress or need.
    • Command; requirement: as, the exigency of a writ.
    • a-sudden unexpected crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action
    • a pressing or crisis
    • hawaii or top-notch needing much work or immediate action.
    • A pressing or crisis. See Synonyms at crisis.
    • Urgent requirements; pressing needs. Often used in the plural.
    • The demands or demands of a situation (usually plural.)
    • an unexpected emergency.
    • a predicament requiring extreme effort or interest.
    • their state of being exigent; urgent or exacting choose; pushing need or stress; need; an incident demanding instant activity, supply, or cure.
    • hawaii to be urgent; pressing need or demand; urgency: as, the exigency associated with situation or of business.
    • A pressing necessity; an urgent instance; any situation which requires prompt activity, supply, or solution: since, in our exigency almost no time is usually to be lost.
    • a situation of difficulty or desire; an ailment of stress or need.
    • Command; necessity: as, the exigency of a writ.
    • a-sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that needs instant activity
    • a pressing or crisis
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