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exigent definition

  • adjective:
    • Requiring immediate action or cure. See Synonyms at immediate.
    • Requiring much effort or expenditure; demanding.
    • Urgent; needing immediate activity.
    • Demanding; requiring great work.
    • Exacting or requiring instant aid or activity; pressing; critical.
    • needing instant action or cure. See Synonyms at urgent.
    • needing much effort or expense; demanding.
    • Urgent; needing instant activity.
    • Demanding; requiring great effort.
    • calling for accurate reliability
    • demanding interest
    • Exacting or needing immediate help or activity; pressing; critical.
    • needing accurate precision
    • demanding attention
    • Requiring immediate activity or cure. See Synonyms at urgent.
    • calling for much work or cost; demanding.
    • Urgent; requiring immediate activity.
    • Demanding; needing great effort.
    • Exacting or requiring instant help or action; pressing; crucial.
    • requiring accurate accuracy
    • demanding attention
  • noun:
    • Extremity; end; limitation; pressing urgency
    • The name of a writ in procedures before outlawry.
    • Exigency; pressing requisite; decisive moment.
    • title of a writ in proceedings before outlawry.
    • An urgent event; an event that requires instant help or action; an exigency.
    • End; extremity.
    • Extremity; end; limitation; pressing urgency
    • title of a writ in proceedings before outlawry.
    • In English legislation, previously, a writ initial to outlawry, which set where the defendant cannot be found, or after a return of non est inventus on previous writs.
    • Exigency; pushing necessity; definitive moment.
    • The name of a writ in procedures before outlawry.
    • An urgent celebration; an event that calls for instant aid or activity; an exigency.
    • End; extremity.
    • In English law, formerly, a writ preliminary to outlawry, which set where defendant couldn't be located, or after a return of non est inventus on previous writs.
    • Extremity; end; limitation; pressing urgency
    • The name of a writ in procedures before outlawry.
    • Exigency; pushing requirement; decisive moment.
    • The name of a writ in procedures before outlawry.
    • An urgent celebration; an event that demands immediate aid or activity; an exigency.
    • End; extremity.
    • In English legislation, previously, a writ initial to outlawry, which set where in actuality the defendant couldn't be found, or after a return of non est inventus on previous writs.
  • others:
    • Urgently needing: exacting.
    • Urgently needing: exacting.
    • Urgently calling for: exacting.
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