Apathetically vs Pressingly - What's the difference?

apathetically | pressingly | Antonyms |

Apathetically is an antonym of pressingly.


As adverbs the difference between apathetically and pressingly

is that apathetically is in an apathetic manner while pressingly is with a sense of urgency, because it is very important.

apathetically

English

Adverb

(en adverb)
  • In an apathetic manner.
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    pressingly

    English

    Adverb

    (en adverb)
  • With a sense of urgency, because it is very important.
  • * 1998 , Lyman Copeland Draper, The Life of Daniel Boone , p.310
  • I wrote pressingly to Mr. Boone to raise men with all expedition to join capt. Floyd.
  • Importantly. Often used with more in this sense.
  • Why would you do that on a date, and why, more pressingly , would you do that at the beginning of a date?
  • With enthusiasm. With friendly encouragement.
  • * 2001 , April 10, Gillian Healey in , Managing to cope
  • In early 1993, further education staff were pressingly invited to seminars, workshops and training days to prepare for liberation from the local education authorities.

    Synonyms

    (urgency) * urgently (important) * importantly (enthusiasm) * persistently * persuasively * enthusiastically

    Antonyms

    * apathetically * half-heartedly