ask[ ask, ahsk ]SEE DEFINITION OF ask
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASK
Ask the poor fisherman at the gates, who has been to him as a brother; and he will answer 'Anaxagoras.'
I have another favour to ask, in addition to the many claims you already have upon me.
Look out you don't get mixed up in it yourself, that's all I ask.
Ask the young noble, who has been to him as a father; and his response will be 'Anaxagoras.'
But I kept looking and after awhile I was able to sit up and ask what hit me.
Mr. Davis, may I ask the favor of a few minutes' conversation with you in private?
Now don't get suspicious, and tell me to mind my own business when I ask you questions.
Stop her—say Miss Milbrey wishes to ask a favour of her; and Jarvis.
Only Ambrose was, at parting for the night, obliged to ask him for the key of the gate.
So I am to report my discharge to you, and ask you for my wages.