beseech

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to make an earnest or urgent request

Synonyms for beseech

ask for or request earnestly

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So as Joan Baez introduces the Dixie Chicks and beseeches the listeners to pay close attention to the lyrics of "Not Ready to Make Nice," who does Fred think the Grammy leftists are going to vote for -- Carrie Underwood's "Jesus Take the Wheel"?
A patriotic plea concludes the narrative, as Hasleton beseeches this merciful God, so clearly on England's side, "to prolong the days of our most gracious and renowned Queen, whose fame reacheth far and whose most happy government is in admiration with foreign princes" (95).
Shelley-vision salutes you and once more beseeches you: KILLLLL GAILLLL.
Mordecai's daughter Martha was overcome with grief as she read Dylan Thomas's "Do not go gentle into that good night," in which a son beseeches his father to "Rage, rage at the dying of the light.
The child does become ill, and during the seven-day illness, David beseeches God for the child--fasting, weeping, sleeping on sackcloth.