appeals[ uh-peel ]SEE DEFINITION OF appeals
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Timon gives with both hands, but when he appeals to his friends, is treated as a bore.
He appeals to the temper of wonder, and creates that mood in which alone he can be understood.
He appeals, 'Good lord, father, you are not going to begin now.'
He's a man who appeals to me, and I want to help his suit and give him Lucile, if I can.
Appeals to a sense of duty do not reach beyond the understanding.
So far, he appeals only to a very select section of the public.
But has the rumseller been confounded or speechless at these appeals?
This was exactly the sort of "tit-for-tat" humor that appeals to a Yankee crowd.
He allows of two appeals—in each case however with an increase of the penalty.
He saw her sinking lower than ever man sinks; he heard her appeals, her supplications.