The quality or condition of being insistent; urgency.(noun)
Immediacy of occurrence; instantaneousness.(noun)
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Use "instancy" in a sentence
"The painting has an instancy that he finds striking."
"How Thompson's line, "Deliberate speed, majestic instancy," came to dominate one of the defining moments in American constitutional law represents a unique instance of not law-in-literature or law-as-literature, but literature-as-law."
"Even in our time, in the sightlines of living history, in the retrieved instancy of film and videotape, there are stories waiting to be finished, open to the thrust of reasoned analysis and haunted speculation."