Contingency and Demand


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Contingency noun – Something upon which the carrying out of an agreement or offer depends.
Usage example: an offer to buy the house, with the contingency that it pass inspection

Demand and contingency are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Demand" instead a noun "Contingency".
Nearby Words: contingent, contingently
Synonyms for Contingency


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Demand noun – Something that someone insists upon having.
Contingency and demand are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Contingency" instead a noun "Demand".
Nearby Words: demanding, demanded, demandant
Synonyms for Demand

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single single contingency single demand
small small contingency small demand
possible possible contingency possible demand
final final contingency final demand
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Demand or Contingency. 2016. Accessed January 20, 2020.

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