Definitions for urger
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
urgeɜrdʒ(v.; n.)urged, urg•ing
(v.t.)to push or force along; impel with force or vigor.
to drive with incitement to speed or effort:
to urge dogs on with shouts.
to press, push, or hasten (the course, activities, etc.):
to urge one's escape.
to impel or move to some action:
urged by necessity.
to endeavor to induce or persuade, as by entreaties; exhort:
to urge a person to greater caution.
to press (something) upon the attention:
to urge a claim.
to insist on or assert with earnestness:
to urge the need of haste.
to recommend earnestly:
to urge a plan of action.
(v.i.)to exert a driving or impelling force; give an impulse to haste or action.
to make entreaties or earnest recommendations.
to press arguments or allegations, as against a person.
(n.)an act of urging; impelling action, influence, or force; impulse.
an involuntary or instinctive impulse:
the sex urge.
Origin of urge:
1550–60; < L urgēre to press, drive, urge
One who urges.
one who urges