One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘an urgent need for better storage’
acute, grave, pressing, dire, desperate, critical, crucial, sore, serious, intense, crying, burning, compelling, drastic, extreme
life-and-death, great, very great, terrible
archaic, humorous parlous
2‘she needs urgent treatment’
emergency, high-priority, top-priority, important, vital, crucial
hurried, rushed, hasty, fast, quick, rapid, swift
North American informal hurry-up
3‘‘In here!’ came an urgent whisper’
insistent, persistent, determined, resolute, tenacious, obstinate, dogged, pressing, unrelenting
importunate, demanding, earnest, entreating, pleading, begging, clamorous
repeated, unremitting, continuous, incessant
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