Definition of Egency

1. Noun. (obsolete) need; neediness; poverty. ¹



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Definition of Egency

1. egence [n EGENCIES] - See also: egence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Egency

egad
egads
egal
egalitarian
egalitarianism
egalitarianisms
egalitarians
egalite
egalites
egalities
egality
egally
egence
egences
egencies
egency (current term)
eger
egerminate
egerminated
egerminates
egerminating
egers
egersis
egested
egesting
egestion
egestions
egestive

Literary usage of Egency

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1. Liberalisation of International Insurance Operations: Cross-border Trade and by Hisaya Ishii (1999)
"... by e Belgien brench or egency of e foreign compeny mest be reported to the ... of besiness profits from e brench or egency of e foreign inserer to its ..."

2. History of the English People by John Richard Green (1900)
"But James was past middle life, and his death would leave his boy at the mercy of a 1'egency which could hardly fail to be composed of men who would undo ..."

3. English Constitutional History from the Teutonic Conquest to the Present Time by Thomas Pitt Taswell-Langmead, Philip Arthur Ashworth (1896)
"... 'in aid of the chancellor ¡°^е^- and treasurer/ twelve, councillors to act as a quasi^egency. About J0'^" three months afterwards a Parliament was ..."

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