urge (one) along

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urge (one) along

To prompt, compel, or encourage one to continue moving or progressing The police urged bystanders along to make room for emergency services. I find I have terrible motivation if left to work by myself—I really need someone else there to urge me along.
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urge someone along

to encourage someone to continue or go faster. We urged them along with much encouragement. They won't do well, but we urged them along anyway.
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The president in a statement expressed concern at worries resulting from the mounting threats posed by the North Korean nuclear arms and missiles, calling on the international community to take coordinated and firm measures to nudge Pyongyang get involved in "unconditional dialogue." France, he said, urges along with the other member states of the UN Security Council to immediately heed international obligations and dismantle its nuclear and missile programs.
I wish that our enthusiasm to devour human bodies and satiate our malicious urges along with our children may express our savage dispositions?
She's on a mission to rescue a fugitive princess from a mysterious warrior cult, but she must battle her own primal urges along the way.