exigent[ ek-si-juh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF exigent
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Charles immediately revealed the full and exigent nature of his demands.
In that case perhaps M. Bertrand des Amis would not be too exigent.
But you are too exigent, monsieur; you assume the husband, and you tease me.
Are we too exigent when we implore the whites to preach by example?
So exigent were the needs of the service, he could "run" with impunity.
Austria was an exigent ally, and Frederick of Prussia a dangerous foe.
I assure you I'll try to be just as critical and exigent as she would be.
And to this exigent demand was added the pang of self-ridicule.
Among non-combatant enthusiasts she would be the most exigent.
And he is a man of talent, there's no denying it, but despotic and exigent.
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