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