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Synonyms for pray

say your prayers

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  • say your prayers
  • offer a prayer
  • recite the rosary

Synonyms for pray

to offer a reverent petition to God or a god

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to make an earnest or urgent request

Synonyms for pray

address a deity, a prophet, a saint or an object of worship

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call upon in supplication

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For seven years, Coach Kennedy has prayed a short, 15-20 second prayer of thanksgiving.
Fourthly, participants who prayed for a close relationship partner on days in which conflict occurred reported higher levels of cooperative tendencies and forgiveness than on days when conflict occurred and they did not pray.
Yet, once again, when day was done, I prayed, 'O Lord, bless everyone'.
But most of all, please pray that we may pray as Jesus prayed.
THE last time I prayed was yesterday afternoon as I willed Didier Drogba to score another goal for Chelsea in their match against Everton.
As they prayed and watched themselves praying, wept and controlled their weeping, they helped construct our modern world of contracts, commodities, and emotional exchange.
In a special service to mark the beginning of Lent he also prayed that peace was not 'thwarted by self interest'.
Mark Moore of Lakeside Baptist Church in Canton prayed in the name of Jesus before the House earlier this year.
He then sends a form letter to the individuals or congregations telling them that people in the congregation prayed for them.
No clergy from a peace church--Quaker, Mennonite, Church of the Brethren--were in the audience, nor were any summoned to the pulpit on September 14 at the National Cathedral, where Bush, his war planners, and 3,000 invited guests prayed and sang five verses of the "Battle Hymn of the Republic.
We remembered Bob, and prayed for Michael, David and everyone who has been touched by this tragedy at out interfaith prayer ceremony yesterday led by Vice Chairman Steve Hammerman and other Merrill Lynch executives.
When I was young and I went to Catholic school - an all girls' school - we were told to pray to God and pray to Jesus, but I always prayed to women.
I KNELT to pray when day was done, and prayed, "O Lord, bless everyone, lift from each saddened heart the pain, and let the sick be well again.