Synonym: advise, agitate, coax, drive, force, goad, incite, plead, press, pressure, prod, prompt, provoke, push, spur. Similar words: surgeon, surgery, large, target, emerge, largely, at large, forget about. Meaning: [ɜrdʒ /ɜːdʒ] n. 1. an instinctive motive 2. a strong restless desire. v. 1. force or impel in an indicated direction 2. push for something 3. urge on or encourage especially by shouts.
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1) The urge to look was almost overwhelming.
2) I felt an uncontrollable urge to scream.
3) I felt an irresistible urge to laugh.
4) Brenda repressed the urge to shout at him.
5) I strongly urge you to give up smoking.
6) We urge you to adopt all necessary measures to guarantee people's safety.
7) I felt a sudden urge to smash the teapot against the wall.
8) You must urge the children on or we'll never get home.
9) He controlled the urge to laugh.
10) I can never resist temptation/chocolate/the urge to laugh.
11) She fought back the urge to run.
12) I was overcome by an irresistible urge to cry.
13) He has an urge to become a film star.
14) I had an uncontrollable urge to laugh.
15) I had a sudden urge to hit him.
16) I suppressed a strong urge to yawn.
17) We urge caution in the use of this medication.
18) The urge to survive drove them on.
19) I urge you to support this motion .
20) He overcame his urge to run from the room.
21) She inherited the urge to travel from her father.
22) He forced back the strong urge to stroke her.
23) I had an urge to see him.
24) I urge the house to vote against the motion.
25) His urge for revenge would never infect her.
26) She inherited the urge to travel from her mother.
27) The urge to fast-forward is almost irresistible.
28) Your progress will urge us to work hard.
29) He stifled an urge to hit her.
30) He felt pleasantly drowsy and had to fight off the urge to sleep.
More similar words: surgeon, surgery, large, target, emerge, largely, at large, forget about, emergency, in charge of, by and large, take charge, on a large scale, a large number of.