noun, plural ex·i·gen·cies.
Origin of exigency
Examples from the Web for exigences
To obviate future exigences, Constantia betook herself once more to the needle.Ormond, Volume I (of 3)|Charles Brockden Brown
Consequently, there are many who, though hard pressed by the exigences of nature, never use the place.Life in a Railway Factory|Alfred Williams
Again I ask, who is to be judge when the exigences of trade require it?Political Pamphlets|George Saintsbury
He paid up his debts, and had sufficient means on hand to meet the demands and exigences of life.Scraps of Biography|Various
Miss Lillah McCarthy sacrificed something of her personality to the exigences of a flaxen chevelure.