In an exigence so abrupt and so little foreseen, I was again subjected to the empire of mechanical and habitual impulses.
Not that he belittled the exigence of Truth; he did but insist on a proper separation.
We have simply to draw upon Him, for exigence of every hour.
He is there to chasten and judge; He is there "for exigence of every hour."
Before I had been many months in the shop Mr Brookes was able to leave when any exigence required his immediate attendance.
The exigence on one side, the manly resistance on the other, must have led to constant misunderstanding.
Even while he was speaking, he was struck by his own exigence, and laughed, almost ironically.
It is a great thing to be able to trust God before the sons of men, to confess His sufficiency for our every exigence.
He will prove a more faithful friend to you in your exigence, and a better companion, than one of your own species.
We cannot tell the moment in which some exigence may present itself for which Scripture has already provided.
mid-15c., from Middle French exigence or directly from Latin exigentia, from exigentem (nominative exigens), present participle of exigere (see exact (v.)).