If she be not a mother, you will supplicate her to speak of her potential children.
Congress could only supplicate the States for money and borrow what it might on its expectations.
"Your mercy; I supplicate it," she cried in an agonised voice.
Speedily all pour glad libation on the board, and supplicate the gods.
Andrea might writhe and supplicate and despair as he would—in vain.
But not from Danish nor from Swedish kings will I supplicate that which is mine by right.
And thus did Aristobulus, and the rest with him, supplicate Petronius.
He would have no resource but to supplicate for mercy like a detected malefactor.
Would you like me to supplicate you not to fight for that creature?
And he strove to bend his head on my hand, as though to supplicate my assistance for them.