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Synonyms for solicit

request

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work as a prostitute

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  • work as a prostitute
  • tout for business
  • make sexual advances
  • engage in prostitution

Synonyms for solicit

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

to trouble persistently from or as if from all sides

Synonyms for solicit

make a solicitation or entreaty for something

make amorous advances towards

approach with an offer of sexual favors

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incite, move, or persuade to some act of lawlessness or insubordination

make a solicitation or petition for something desired

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Papers are solicited for presentation at the SPE Automotive Composites Conference & Exhibition, to be held September 11-13 at the MSU Management Education Center in Troy, MI.
Solicited commercial e-mail is generally recognized as promotional e-mail you send to people you have done business with or who have requested information from you, and who through this existing relationship expressly or implicitly give you permission to communicate with them.
In the case of an application for credit in connection with which an insurance product or annuity is solicited, offered, or sold, you must disclose that the bank may not condition an extension of credit on either:
Example 4: Company D, based in Oregon, solicited in Michigan through independent sales representatives from 1980-1999.
MURDER suspect Catherine Nevin yesterday told a jury she never solicited three men to murder her husband.
Last fall, Congress passed the Children s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998, which directs the Federal Trade Commission to develop rules governing the types of information that can be solicited from children over the Web.
Aggressive panhandling has been defined in Seattle as including the use of "profane or abusive language toward the person solicited," while in the District of Columbia it includes "continuously asking, begging, or soliciting alms after the person [being solicited] has made a negative response.
Cicchetti's findings and his recommendations for pumping fresh life into peer review appear in the March BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES, along with 34 responses solicited from researchers and editorial decision-makers.
In addition, the distributors solicited for sales of distributorships.
Closely following behind, ahead or alongside a person who has been solicited or asked for money after that person has given a negative response to such solicitation.
He allegedly solicited sums of money from motorists for different kinds of favours.
When DEA issued an RFQ for a new blanket purchase agreement in September, it solicited quotations from five GSA schedule contractors, not including Allmond.