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Synonyms for urge

Synonyms for urge

to solicit (something) insistently

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to impel to action

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Synonyms for urge

a strong restless desire

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force or impel in an indicated direction

push for something

spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts

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The amount proved enough to fund HMS Urge and two other warships, all of which were adopted by the proud town.
Following the latest development in the mystery of HMS Urge, council leader Mel Nott, OBE, said: "This is a wonderful occasion for Bridgend County Borough to celebrate the exceptional efforts of townsfolk during World War Two.
With the Urge app, users can add information to activities such as details on location, time, cost, and whether any gear or supplies are necessary.
Additionally, the study showed that women were more likely to drink alcohol on days when they woke up with higher urges to smoke as compared to days when they woke up to lower smoking urges.
Overflow incontinence: people suffering from this do not feel the urge to urinate.
Overactive bladder--defined as having at least four episodes of urgency over the past 4 weeks plus more than eight voids per day or at least one coping behavior like limiting fluid intake or defensive voiding--was present with urge incontinence in 9% of the women, and without urge incontinence in 8%.
Folkerts: On October 6, 2000, HCFA issued a policy decision saying biofeedback therapy would be covered for the treatment of patients with stress and/or urge incontinence who failed a documented trial of pelvic floor exercise training or who are unable to perform pelvic floor exercises.
Researchers and clinicians have long considered the urge to drink (also commonly called craving) a key cause of relapse following alcoholism treatment.
While most URGE orders have been for delivery to an address (hotel rooms, condos, offices), consumers are becoming more comfortable using their phones for sophisticated transactions.
Featuring original and exclusive music programming, first-rate editorial and innovative music-discovery features, URGE (http://www.
Because The National Voter is published just three times yearly, we strongly urge you to check the League Web site (www.
Councilman Dennis Zine, in an effort to combat the abandonment of newborns in Dumpsters, called Tuesday for the city to put reflective labels on the waste bins to urge people to surrender the babies to authorities.
Only women with what is called urge incontinence carried a higher risk of falls and fractures.
However, they do urge NASA to redesign the planned space station and slow the project's development to reduce its complexity and growing cost -- a move already ordered by Congress this fall.
We urge all Phoenix stockholders to vote for Ramius nominees John Mutch and Philip Moyer in the upcoming election," added Smith.