[ US /ˌɛkˈsɪdʒənsi/ ]
a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action
he never knew what to do in an emergency
a pressing or urgent situation
the health-care exigency
How To Use exigency In A Sentence
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- the health-care exigency
- These standards call for meaningful participation by a faculty body in deciding whether a financial exigency exists or is imminent.
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- Government grants for teaching are to be slashed by 40% not only because of economic exigency but because the best way to dynamise otherwise endemically lazy academics is to create a market between them, their students and their research funders. The quest for knowledge is good in itself and helps the country thrive