entreat

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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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1 came up to him shortly before the end of the season and entreated him to hang on because the pounds 3,000 was going to pay for his mumOs eye operation.
So we fasted and besought our God for this; and he was entreated of us."
"Judge this car objectively," he entreated. "Forget that it's a Buick.
Let us recall the Genesis story of Hagar--the Egyptian slave entreated into concubinage with Abraham, with whom she conceives Ishmael.
Mr Illingworth said: "I entreated him to pay more attention to English and maths.
Righteous perfection is a mighty daunting aspiration, no matter how urgently one is entreated to achieve it, but Robert La Follette would come to take up this challenge with a vengeance."
Owusu entreated the revenue collectors to work hard to achieve their targets, to ensure the Assembly was well positioned to deliver on its mandate.
It also prayed for all the departed souls and entreated for their ultimate eternal peace.
NNA - Syria Druze Sheikh, Hikmat al-Hajri, on Monday entreated world leaders to release those kidnapped of the Syrian people and let peace linger in the nation.
While there is no one to blame, that does not mean no one should be entreated to start cutting costs.
Apostle Dr Alfred Koduah, Area Head of the Church of Pentecost and the Special Guest entreated management to ensure optimum transparency in their operations as any negative move would go a long way to affect the image of the church.
* At an economic summit in Hawaii, President Obama personally entreated Russia's Medvedev and China's Hu to continue working to isolate Iran.
First-time convention attendees are asked to stand and are entreated to strive for the 25-year attendance pin.