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Synonyms for importune

Synonyms for importune

to trouble persistently from or as if from all sides

firm or obstinate, as in making a demand or maintaining a stand

Synonyms for importune

beg persistently and urgently


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The term for which Edmond had engaged to serve on board The Young Amelia having expired, Dantes took leave of the captain, who at first tried all his powers of persuasion to induce him to remain as one of the crew, but having been told the history of the legacy, he ceased to importune him further.
She had come to the conclusion that he spoke no other English, and so she ceased to importune him for information; but never did she forget to greet him pleasantly or to thank him for the hideous, nauseating meals he brought her.
She seemed to be tired of my questions: and, indeed, what claim had I to importune her?
One person is criminally liable for the conduct of another person "when, acting with the mental culpability required for the commission thereof," the person "solicits, requests, commands, importunes, or intentionally aids such person to engage in such conduct," according to Section 20 of the state Penal Law.
L'eau est bonne et on ne risque pas d'etre importunes" assure Samir, un habitant de Tigzirt.
Technology gets great importunes day by day in human life.