exigencies[ ek-si-juhn-see, ig-zij-uhn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF exigencies
Synonyms for exigencies
- turning point
- zero hour
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXIGENCIES
Instantly, he was all alert to meet the exigencies of the situation.
The exigencies of practical affairs will not allow this endless balancing.
It has to do with conditioning the human being for the exigencies of life in peace or in war.
She did not know how to defend herself from their importunities, insolence and exigencies.
The soldier has all that he can do to attend to the exigencies of the battle.
For, dear soul, it would be so hard to explain to her the exigencies of school form.
But the exigencies of the pursuit might have brought about delay if she attempted to confuse her track.
Your actions must be determined by the exigencies of the moment.
I'll back you up in everything that is in accordance with the exigencies of the service.
Exigencies create the necessary ability to meet and conquer them.