- urge incontinence,
- urgency incontinence,
- urgent care,
- urgent care center,
Origin of urgent
Examples from the Web for urgent
Then, depending on how urgent I think it is to get it, sometimes I have to go back home and drop it off.#Setinthestreet: Your Street Corner Is Their Art Project|James Joiner|December 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Is there anyone who thinks the urgent problem we need to solve in Washington, D.C. is how to allow more spending on campaigns?
We need to strike a balance between creating false alarms and letting any urgent medical matters fall through the cracks.
But a Western policy that is blind to the urgent need for reform and justice is certain to end in catastrophe.Why’s Al Qaeda So Strong? Washington Has (Literally) No idea|Bruce Riedel|November 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But if gendered Internet harassment is this urgent of a problem, why is Twitter outsourcing it to WAM!If Twitter Won’t Handle Its Massive Harassment Problem, These Women Will|Samantha Allen|November 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At his urgent invitation Lincoln visited him in the summer of 1841.
I was interrupted, while reading, by my servant who announced that a gentleman wished to see me on urgent business.The Blue Germ|Martin Swayne
This ground had been M. de Peyrehorade's property, but he had given it to the public at his son's urgent entreaties.Abb Aubain and Mosaics|Prosper Mrime
It was only owing to the urgent objections of Herr von Knobelsdorff that he walked in the procession behind the pages.Royal Highness|Thomas Mann
They feel their urgent need of its warmth in their stiffening, frigid lives.Prisoners|Mary Cholmondeley
Word Origin for urgent
mid-15c., from Middle French urgent "pressing, impelling" (14c.), from Latin urgentem (nominative urgens), present participle of urgere "to press hard, urge" (see urge (v.)). Related: Urgently.