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Synonyms for entreat

beg

Synonyms for entreat

to make an earnest or urgent request

Synonyms for entreat

ask for or request earnestly

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Star performance Talimos - impressive, even if he beat little because of the flop of favourite Entreat Quote of the day "It's not a great name but it lends itself to jokes about being well drawn today" - the Pull Yourself Together Partnership after Curtain's success Which filly looks an interesting prospect for handicaps?
"Please, we entreat you, Vigorously!" came the reply, undaunted by the rebuke.
But I entreat you not to give offence to anyone, so that our ministry may not be blamed.
SPEAKING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA RECENTLY, NEW YORK University President John Sexton delivered a lecture entitled, "The Role of Faculty in the Common Enterprise University." Before I go further, I entreat readers to review the address firsthand at www.
If we knew God's name, we would be able to pray, praise, lament, glorify, petition, supplicate, entreat, intercede, and pester for justice.
One fan, calling himself Jedi Entreat, wrote: "I believe Star Wars episode two will have the same old cloned plot, which will be a big disappointment for me and others I know."
These publications call attention to the Christian doctrine of the millennium, they entreat heads of state and men in positions of power to stop religious persecution, and they record testimonies of faith and hardship for the spiritual inspiration of future generations.
I REFER to your enthusiastic reporting of the alleged 6.2% " rocketing of Welsh house prices in today''''s Daily Post and entreat you to make sure that the return of first time buyers to the marketplace is not a lemming like rush over a future foreclosure cliff.
With slender branches trees entreat a sift of foliage.
Entreat 4.00 Brighton SP forecast 10-11 Hails from the Sir Michael Stoute stable that boasts a 33 per cent strike-rate at the track in the last five seasons.
Entreat faces her easiest task to date and is crying out to be backed in Brighton's Superjam Cream Tea Maiden Stakes (4.00).
"I entreat that person to show mercy and compassion and to come forward now to tell where Madeleine may be found."
When I, as a Christian Scientist, pray it is not in an attempt to inform or entreat or placate a mysterious deity but it is to help me to change my viewpoint to enable me to become more aware of myself as a spiritual rather than a material entity; to replace thoughts of resentment with love, of anger with kindness and of fear with confidence.
For example, entreat no longer means deal with or treat, but ask strongly.
But whatever our needs or circumstances, Kaufer and Osmer-Newhouse entreat us to pursue the journey to our spiritual center in "your own way, respecting the world you share with others, and knowing that you are guided by a larger wisdom and companion.