- urge incontinence,
- urgency incontinence,
- urgent care,
- urgent care center,
Origin of urgent
Examples from the Web for urgently
Last week the Red Cross was sent to the region to “urgently collect 30 bodies.”
The Royalist is urgently contacting Russian Tatler to see this extraordinary document with our own eyes.
Both present alt cert in general—and TFA in particular—as a problem, as a project that urgently needs fixing.
Beck had accidentally destroyed hours of urgently needed American reports.The Intern Who Birthed The KAL007 Conspiracy Theories|Tim Mak|September 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Darwish spoke to me urgently, saying that the origin of violence in the Middle East came from the Israeli-Palestinian divide.
Dunning—Soliciting or urgently pressing the payment of a debt.
Yet it was urgently necessary that evening, before returning, to make certain investigations in the native quarter of the city.Caught by the Turks|Francis Yeats-Brown
His recovery was slow, and a voyage to Europe was urgently recommended by his physicians.The Adventures of a Widow|Edgar Fawcett
It was not the desire to be loved, this time, that drove her forward so urgently as the desire to love.The Cathedral|Sir Hugh Walpole
He forgot his commission and chafed at conventions that prevented his doing what he saw was required so urgently.The Harvester|Gene Stratton Porter
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.