force majeure [ French fawrs ma-zhœr ]
noun, plural forces majeures [French fawrs ma-zhœr] . Law.
1. an unexpected and disruptive event that may operate to excuse a party from a contract.
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Origin: 1880–85; < French: literally, superior force
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