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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexigentex‧i‧gent /ˈeksədʒənt, ˈeɡzə-/ adjective formal  1 ATTENTIONdemanding a lot of attention from other people in a way that is unreasonable2 IMPORTANTan exigent situation is urgent, so that you must deal with it very quickly
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exigentIt may well be that had they known of it they would have been even more exigent.Despairing of a cluttered cupboard, baffled by anger's exigent protocols, we could not say what was meant.
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