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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
accessory, accident, accidental, addendum, addition, adjunct, adventure, appendage, appurtenance, aptitude, aptness, auxiliary, bare possibility, blind bargain, borderline case, break, casualty, chance, chance hit, circumstance, collateral, coming to be, conceivability, conceivableness, condition, conjuncture, contingent, correlation, crisis, crossroads, dependence, double contingency, emergency, even chance, event, eventuality, eventuation, exigency, extra, fluke, fortuity, freak accident, gamble, good chance, good possibility, guess, hap, happening, happenstance, hazard, hope, incidence, incident, incidental, inessential, interrelation, juncture, liability, liableness, likelihood, likeliness, long odds, long shot, lucky shot, materialization, mere chance, nonessential, not-self, obligation, occasion, occurrence, off chance, open question, opportunity, other, outside chance, outside hope, pass, piece of guesswork, pinch, possibility, possibleness, potential, potentiality, probability, proneness, prospect, question, realization, relativity, remote possibility, secondary, sight-unseen transaction, small hope, strait, subsidiary, superaddition, supplement, the attainable, the feasible, the possible, thinkability, thinkableness, toss-up, touch and go, turning point, undecided issue, unessential, virtuality, wager, weakness, what is possible, what may be, what might be, zero hour
Dictionary Results for contingency:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
    n 1: a possible event or occurrence or result [syn:
         eventuality, contingency, contingence]
    2: the state of being contingent on something

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Contingency \Con*tin"gen*cy\, n.; pl. Contingencies. [Cf. F.
   1. Union or connection; the state of touching or contact.
      "Point of contingency." --J. Gregory.
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   2. The quality or state of being contingent or casual; the
      possibility of coming to pass.
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            Aristotle says we are not to build certain rules on
            the contingency of human actions.     --South.
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   3. An event which may or may not occur; that which is
      possible or probable; a fortuitous event; a chance.
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            The remarkable position of the queen rendering her
            death a most important contingency.   --Hallam.
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   4. An adjunct or accessory. --Wordsworth.
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   5. (Law) A certain possible event that may or may not happen,
      by which, when happening, some particular title may be

   Syn: Casualty; accident; chance.
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