We still don't have rights, too many kids are sero-converting, there's no sense of urgency.
Obama appeared acutely aware of the magnitude of the situation, and the urgency with which immediate action is needed.
It seems to have lost the sense of urgency and organic vitality that made it great.
When players feel pressure they remain committed, and they believe there is urgency.
After four months, however, a sense of urgency seems to be absent.
He enclosed a shilling stamp for a reply by telegraph, and begged for urgency.
The urgency and gravity of his bearing made her at once lay down her work.
Therefore in spite of my urgency, I did not immediately obtain the truth from Henriette.
There was no mistaking the urgency in the Chancellor's voice.
The urgency of the business made an instant answer essential to the honor and safety of this country.
urgency ur·gen·cy (ûr'jən-sē)
A strong desire to urinate, accompanied by a fear of leakage.