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Obliged vs Urged - What's the difference?

obliged | urged |


As verbs the difference between obliged and urged

is that obliged is (oblige) while urged is (urge).

As an adjective obliged

is under an obligation to do something for someone.

Urged - What does it mean?

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Implored vs Urged - What's the difference?

implored | urged |


As verbs the difference between implored and urged

is that implored is (implore) while urged is (urge).

Urged vs Enjoyed - What's the difference?

urged | enjoyed |


As verbs the difference between urged and enjoyed

is that urged is (urge) while enjoyed is (enjoy).

Urged vs Requested - What's the difference?

urged | requested |


As verbs the difference between urged and requested

is that urged is (urge) while requested is (request).

Urged vs Encouraged - What's the difference?

urged | encouraged |


As verbs the difference between urged and encouraged

is that urged is (urge) while encouraged is (encourage).

Urged vs Suggested - What's the difference?

urged | suggested |


As verbs the difference between urged and suggested

is that urged is (urge) while suggested is (suggest).

Insisted vs Urged - What's the difference?

insisted | urged |


As verbs the difference between insisted and urged

is that insisted is (insist) while urged is (urge).

Pointed vs Urged - What's the difference?

pointed | urged |


As verbs the difference between pointed and urged

is that pointed is (point) while urged is (urge).

As an adjective pointed

is (comparable) sharp, barbed; not dull.

Eagerly vs Urged - What's the difference?

eagerly | urged |


As an adverb eagerly

is in an eager manner.

As a verb urged is

(urge).

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