contingence


con·tin·gence

noun \kən-ˈtin-jən(t)s\

Definition of CONTINGENCE

2
:  tangency

Examples of CONTINGENCE

  1. <the collapse of that nation's economy was one contingence that the architects of the war hadn't planned on>

First Known Use of CONTINGENCE

circa 1530

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