appealing[ uh-pee-ling ]SEE DEFINITION OF appealing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPEALING
In her perplexity, she was appealing to him who was practically a stranger.
Wanhope had the effect of appealing to Minver, but the painter would not relent.
But she seemed to be appealing to him reproachfully, and he did not understand her.
For eight days he had much fever, and his appealing looks were pitiful to see.
It was answered by a slim, appealing girl of perhaps twenty-two.
It was that look, so wistful, so appealing, that roused his apprehension.
He does not defend himself, as Xenophon has defended him, by appealing to his practice of religion.
The sea always had a fascination for him and the mystery of the strange ship was appealing.
"They tell me he is a very handsome man," said she, appealing to me for confirmation.
But Crispin, noting the hesitation, stifled it by appealing to the lad's fears.
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