Definitions of "contingency"
  1. It refers to a situation characterized by dependency on chance or uncertainty
  2. It is a potential occurrence or circumstance that is dependent on other future events
  3. It is a possible event that could happen, but there are no assurances that it will
  4. It represents a circumstance or outcome that could possibly occur as a consequence of another event
How to use "contingency" in a sentence
  1. The contract included a contingency clause ensuring a refund if the concert was cancelled.
  2. They had a plan prepared for every possible contingency that could disrupt their project.
  3. In case of any unexpected contingency, insurance can provide financial security.

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