It is one thing barely to comply with the urgencies of the case, and to do that which in necessitous circumstances is best.
I wish, indeed, our own were equally alive to the urgencies of the age.
My languors were suspended by the urgencies of this occasion.
Till now my mind had been swayed by the urgencies of this occasion.
It seemed the only wise way of disposing of urgencies that might otherwise entangle and wreck the career I was intent upon.
The urgencies of an early ideal are still upon him, and he will never count himself to have attained.
Who should be more sensitive to the urgencies of a threatened state than he who has the responsibilities of government?
Have I, in these latter years, given form and substance and a name to things as vague in themselves as the urgencies of instinct?
Colonel Smith, his secretary of legation, was the bearer of his urgencies for my immediate attendance.
Frosty had recognized in Andy the same needs and urgencies that were so powerful within himself.
urgency ur·gen·cy (ûr'jən-sē)
A strong desire to urinate, accompanied by a fear of leakage.