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  • Jane was not exigent as regarded music, but her whole being went forth towards books. Cited from With the Procession, by Henry B. Fuller
  • The existence of exigent circumstances is a mixed question of law and fact.
  • At this exigent moment the loss of a finished man is not easily supplied. Cited from Best of the World's Classics...Prose, Vol. IV, Great Britain & Ireland
  • Charles immediately revealed the full and exigent nature of his demands. Cited from The Life of Cesare Borgia, by Rafael Sabatini
  • At this exigent moment, the loss of a finished man is not easily supplied. Cited from Selections, Speeches and Writings of Edmund Burke
  • All members were expected to participate, unless unable due to "exigent financial circumstances".
  • Why do you cross me in this exigent? Cited from Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare
  • "Exigent circumstances" simply means that the officers must act quickly.
  • This time, however, she had not been so exigent. Cited from Beyond The Rocks, by Elinor Glyn
  • This state of mind often made him very exigent, and sometimes unjustifiably suspicious. Cited from Peaceless Europe, by Francesco Saverio Nitti
  • In more severe cases, exigent circumstances may require that the animal be removed for veterinary care.
  • The most exigent passages, however, were those relative to the time he might look for the man's coming. Cited from The Prince of India, by Lew. Wallace, Vol. 1
  • One is simply "in" a situation; the author, audience, and exigent subject merely exist.
  • So exigent were the needs of the service, he could "run" with impunity. Cited from The Press-Gang Afloat and Ashore, by J. Hutchinson
  • These literary fellows were often terribly exigent, eaten up with the sense of their own importance. Cited from The Call of the Blood, by Robert Smythe Hichens
  • With the wisdom of her thirty-two years, devoted chiefly to a study of his species, she took care never to be exigent. Cited from The Spenders, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • But it is a long and exigent part, and there were times in the play when her physical strength was overtaxed. Cited from Punch, Vol. 156, June 18, 1919, ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • Further medical investigation, such as imaging, is often necessary and exigent.
  • We have so many mediocre poets, that our taste is more exigent. Cited from She and I, Volume 1, by John Conroy Hutcheson
  • "I assure you I'll try to be just as critical and exigent as she would be." Cited from The Blazed Trail, by Stewart Edward White
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