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Synonyms for ask

Synonyms for ask

to put a question to (someone)

to seek an answer to (a question)

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to endeavor to obtain (something) by expressing one's needs or desires

to have as a need or prerequisite

to request that someone take part in or be present at a particular occasion

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Synonyms for ask

make a request or demand for something to somebody

consider obligatory

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address a question to and expect an answer from

require or ask for as a price or condition

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I've had to stop and ask for help to get the top up and they stand there, mesmerized because he's Santa.
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Thanks," Loretta beams, than asks for help finding her stick.
The president's press conference of July 11, 1991-the 90th in a remarkable string of almost weekly duels with the White House press corps-begins: ME President, " asks Helen Thomas of UPI, "did the prime minister bring a check along?
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Nothing against them, but the average person gets suspicious when a stranger walks up and asks them a question.
The Prayer of the Day asks God to "pour out upon the leaders of your Church that spirit of self-denying service which is the true mark of authority among your people.
The reasoning goes this way: 'If my boss asks my opinion and it disagrees with his or hers, we're going to do it his or her way.
Nevertheless, Maria asks her help in each step, a polite way of telling her what happens next.