exigences[ ek-si-juhn-see, ig-zij-uhn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF exigences
Synonyms for exigences
- turning point
- zero hour
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXIGENCES
This may be fully allowed, yet it does not meet the exigences of the case.
Again I ask, who is to be judge when the exigences of trade require it?
These exigences led to strenuous scenes in the Assembly, and the succession of Regents became still more rapid.
Miss Lillah McCarthy sacrificed something of her personality to the exigences of a flaxen chevelure.
Consequently, there are many who, though hard pressed by the exigences of nature, never use the place.
Nature, disorganized with the exigences of the night shift, refused the proffered dainties.
To obviate future exigences, Constantia betook herself once more to the needle.
Every people, every large community is able to furniſh a revenue adequate to the exigences of government.
He paid up his debts, and had sufficient means on hand to meet the demands and exigences of life.
The blooming-season, according to the exigences of weather, begins from May 20 to June 10 in Indiana, and lasts about a week.