imploringly


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He gazed imploringly at the clear-cut face in which there was no glimmer of recognition; but even at this extremity it never occurred to him to throw himself on the white man's mercy or to denounce the Afghan.
Her hands were stretched out imploringly, I said, childishly disconcerted:
He looked at her imploringly, as if he would willingly have taken a lie from her lips, knowing it to be one, and have made of it, by some sort of sophistry, a valid denial.
exclaimed his mother imploringly, again laying her hand on his arm as if that touch might soothe or rouse him.
On the offer of the food ordered by Lydgate, which he refused, and the denial of other things which he demanded, he seemed to concentrate all his terror on Bulstrode, imploringly deprecating his anger, his revenge on him by starvation, and declaring with strong oaths that he had never told any mortal a word against him.
Darling's bed, holding her hand and calculating expenses, while she looked at him imploringly.
He held his throat and looked imploringly towards the bottle.
she interrupted, holding her at arm's-length, and looking in her face imploringly.
Oh, my good Master Gryphus," said Van Baerle, imploringly, and anxious as the partridge robbed of her young by the reaper.
But as she stretched out her arms imploringly the snow crept up on all sides until it met itself, and where the little house had been was now one unbroken expanse of snow.
The Jew, also a black, stood with his eyes and hands raised imploringly to the thunderous heaven.
If you would stop crying I could," said Anne imploringly.
Gilbert," whispered Anne imploringly, "the baby--is all right--isn't she?
But the Reindeer begged so hard for little Gerda, and Gerda looked so imploringly with tearful eyes at the Finland woman, that she winked, and drew the Reindeer aside into a corner, where they whispered together, while the animal got some fresh ice put on his head.
Then I must go down on my knees,' said he; and kneeling before me, with clasped hands, uplifted in mock humiliation, he continued imploringly - 'Forgive me, Helen - dear Helen, forgive me, and I'll never do it again