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pressing

adjective press·ing \ˈpre-siŋ\

: very important and needing immediate attention

Full Definition of PRESSING

1
:  urgently important :  critical <a pressing issue>
2
:  earnest, warm
press·ing·ly \ˈpre-siŋ-lē\ adverb

Examples of PRESSING

  1. a pressing need for reform
  2. <she had pressing business on the other side of town>

First Known Use of PRESSING

1591

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