ask[ ask, ahsk ]SEE DEFINITION OF ask
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASK
Look out you don't get mixed up in it yourself, that's all I ask.
Ask the poor fisherman at the gates, who has been to him as a brother; and he will answer 'Anaxagoras.'
Ask the young noble, who has been to him as a father; and his response will be 'Anaxagoras.'
I have another favour to ask, in addition to the many claims you already have upon me.
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.
Young Sparrow must either starve or ask his neighbor to help him with a loan.