implore

[ im-plawr, -plohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF implore

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It was needful to implore them since they found the assurance so difficult to believe.

I beg, I beseech, I implore you, help me and show me the man that stole it.

"He hasn't come yet," I answered; and then her eyes, too, began to implore.

She is as bad as she can well be, therefore I implore you to take her home with you and adopt her.

Why will you not speak to my mother, implore her to let me remain?

I implore you to write, or let me see you before you leave England!

This morning he has visited me, to implore my intercession on his behalf.

Don't trouble about me, return to the hotel at once, and go to bed, I implore you.

If we are all guilty we can only implore Providence to forget our faults.

I desire, I implore to be crushed, to be annihilated by your vengeance!

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