But the claims of exigent ladies were not the only reason that determined Dr. Grant to acquire a house at the seaside.
Charles immediately revealed the full and exigent nature of his demands.
Any great artist is far too perceptive and too exigent to be satisfied with that effect, and hence in vanity he seeks solace.
I assure you I'll try to be just as critical and exigent as she would be.
Nevertheless, so exigent was this strait, she continued to confront him with a face of unflinching defiance.
Among non-combatant enthusiasts she would be the most exigent.
He thought bitterly of the exigent Jane, whom he recollected dimly as a tall female with teeth.
The members of the Committee became more and more peremptory and exigent in their relations with Markov.
exigent, eks′i-jent, adj. pressing: demanding immediate attention or action.
He counsels me not to be exigent in my terms; if he knew me better, perhaps, he would not have deemed the advice so necessary.