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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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Atahullah, who is a social worker said, "Considering voting as a moral obligation, I have done my bit to urge people of my city by placing posters at my son's wedding to urge them to vote.
Urge has already begun partnering with local clients, and has quickly gained momentum to expand it's nationwide reach.
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* Women with impaired mobility take longer to reach the toilet, increasing the risk of leakage when the urge to urinate is strong
"When we asked women to perform a Kegel contraction, urge incontinent white women were less able to contract than stress incontinent white women," said Dr.
The present study consisted of a repeated measures design whereby participants were assessed at baseline for positive urge to drink and altered state of awareness.
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We strongly urge EPA to stand by their decision and not require dust clearance sampling for renovation jobs.
The missive came in response to recent efforts to urge the SBC to adopt resolutions calling on church members to pull their children out of the public schools.
Mixed incontinence: it is usually a 60-40 combination of stress incontinence and urge incontinence.
It was the first time for the chamber to urge a member to quit.
Accordingly, both groups urge the IRS to clarify its statutory authority to create censure as a sanction in proposed Section 10.50.
Folkerts: A wide variety: those with urinary frequency (i.e., who turn on the call light every 20 to 30 minutes to use the restroom); residents with urge incontinence (i.e., all of a sudden they feel the need to void and must use the restroom immediately or they will have an incontinent episode); residents with stress incontinence (i.e., they leak when they cough, sneeze or laugh); those with mixed urinary incontinence (both urge and stress); and those with pelvic pain that is gynecologic in origin.
It has been said that there is no stronger urge than the urge to edit someone else's writing.
The urge to drink, also often referred to as craving, is an emotional state in which a person is motivated to seek and use alcohol.