Super-urgent



adjective
1.
compelling or requiring immediate action or attention; imperative; pressing:
an urgent matter.
2.
insistent or earnest in solicitation; importunate, as a person:
an urgent pleader.
3.
expressed with insistence, as requests or appeals:
an urgent tone of voice.
adjective
1.
requiring or compelling speedy action or attention: the matter is urgent, an urgent message
2.
earnest and persistent

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