force majeure

Definitions of "force majeure"
  1. The term describes a power or force that surpasses or can't be overcome
  2. It refers to an unexpected or uncontrollable occurrence such as war, labor strikes, or severe weather that couldn't be predicted or controlled
How to use "force majeure" in a sentence
  1. The construction company invoked force majeure due to heavy snowfall preventing them from completing their work.
  2. The contract was nullified due to a clause about force majeure that would be enacted in the event of a nationwide strike.
  3. Due to force majeure circumstances like war, the delivery of the goods was indefinitely postponed.

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