imploringly

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It said among other matters "Don't ask me anything" so imploringly, that I didn't ask her anything.

And with his hand he gently and imploringly motioned to her to go.

A look of caution, most imploringly given, was all his reply.

"Don't leave me, dear Margaret," said Lady Emily, imploringly.

Gallagher looked at me imploringly while Bothwell fitted the cubes.

He held out his arms to her imploringly, and then dropped them to his side.

"For God's sake, don't tell me any more," she said imploringly.

"Tell the gentleman who I am," I said imploringly through the bars.

You turn pale and glance at me imploringly, as if to solicit my silence.

Dale waited a few minutes, and Saxe touched him imploringly.

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