beseech


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Synonyms for beseech

Synonyms for beseech

to make an earnest or urgent request

Synonyms for beseech

ask for or request earnestly

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I am not in any way soliciting views from the erudite readers; however, I do beseech a response from the appropriate official source handling all aspects of the promised 2011 open dialogue.
This year Namibia will celebrate 21 years of democracy and it is a norm that institutions beseech the business fraternity for financial support in the form of sponsorships/donations ahead of such celebrations.
Welsh residents are to be asked in a referendum if our Assembly should get on their bended knees to beseech London if they could at long last be trusted to exercise full powers equivalent to Scotland.
If the general public cannot see AP is not only as brave as a lion, utterly committed to his sport and relentless in his quest to be the best in the business, I beseech every single racing enthusiast to ring the BBC's hotline at the end of the year at least 100 times each, if it is permitted, to make sure the world at large wakes up and acknowledges his unforgettable achievements and priceless ability.
I beseech you, therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service.
So I beseech all the politicians, It is now time to count the cost, Bring our brave troops out of Afghanistan Before even one more young life is lost.
I request and beseech all huge four wheel-drive owners to please go slower in the in-roads at least and look down from their high seats and watch out for the poor, weak animals who can never anticipate their sudden surge of speeds.
So I implore you: email the PM and beseech a pardon.
In the letter, KFC said: "We beseech you to grant your seal of approval for this innovative menu item, as your blessing on this endeavour would do much to promote this sandwich as a way for members of your flock to keep a holy Lenten season, while still leading their busy, modern lifestyles.
It then happened that some intellectuals and then some rich people came to beseech us to accept their children in our school because it is a serious school, because in our school there is discipline, and because our teachers are committed, love teaching, love children, and are well trained.
We beseech our gentle readers to keep this cautionary tale in mind and avoid that Egg Salad Ice Cream this summer, no matter how tempting it is.
Throughout August, Robertson sponsored what he called "Operation Supreme Court Freedom," a prayer project intended to beseech God to replace current justices with "righteous judges.
Humbly we beseech You, Lord, to remember in kindness all our fellow Americans who in all times offered and continue to offer their lives in defense of this country and the sacred precepts of freedom, equality and justice upon which it is founded.
These problems beseech us to create an additional layer of governance whose jurisdiction will equal the scope of the unmistakable global problems that challenge us.
Lifting his arms to let the watery remains seep through his fingers, he quoted Oliver Cromwell, saying, "I beseech you in the bowels of Christ, think it possible that you might be mistaken.