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Synonyms for urgently

with great urgency


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He had, perhaps, not definitely flattered himself that he had made an ineffaceable impression upon her heart, but he was annoyed at hearing of a state of affairs so little in harmony with an image that had lately flitted in and out of his own meditations; the image of a very pretty girl looking out of an old Roman window and asking herself urgently when Mr.
In that case," replied Charmolue, "it will be very painful for us to have to question you more urgently than we should like.
Now and then it made him restless to be with people and he wanted urgently to be alone.
He proposed it first hopefully, then urgently, at last in tears and terror.
It was decided that the count must not go, but that if Louisa Ivanovna (Madame Schoss) would go with them, the young ladies might go to the Melyukovs', Sonya, generally so timid and shy, more urgently than anyone begging Louisa Ivanovna not to refuse.
Civilization had been very profoundly and unpleasantly overthrown that evening; the extent of the ruin was still undetermined; he had lost his temper, a physical disaster not to be matched for the space of ten years or so; and his own condition urgently required soothing and renovating at the hands of the classics.
The garden called urgently for the services of gardener.
On such a young lady he would make handsome settlements, and he would neglect no arrangement for her happiness: in return, he should receive family pleasures and leave behind him that copy of himself which seemed so urgently required of a man-- to the sonneteers of the sixteenth century.
Fifty thousand camp bedsteads are urgently required for neighbourhood of La Guir.
Then we shall dole the gas out as it is urgently needed.
For Isabel's own sake, therefore--to say nothing of other reasons--it was urgently desirable to keep the peace between the two ladies.
It is therefore urgently necessary that we should make another, and probably a last, effort to extricate ourselves.
Therefore, it is urgently necessary to conquer a kingdom for each one of them, so that the French nation may be masters everywhere, so that the Guard may make the whole earth tremble, and France may spit wherever she likes, and every nation shall say to her, as it is written on my coins, "God protects you.
repeated she more urgently, and in a tone which, though not unkind, demanded prompt obedience, and obtained it.
Frederic who, at the Surete, was called the "great Frederic," had made all speed, doubtless knowing by experience that, if he was interrupted in what he was doing, it was because his services were urgently needed in another direction; so, as Rouletabille said, he was that morning already "at work.