- v. UK, excepting Scotland , still used by some in the US. Simple past tense and past participle of plead.
“Her voice shook, and she knew her expression pleaded with Ice to refute the claim.”
“Mr. Hussain pleaded guilty to an unlawful transfer of an identification document in April 2003 as part of a cooperation agreement with federal prosecutors before becoming an FBI informant, according to court filings.”
“Franklin pleaded guilty a year ago to three felony counts involving improper disclosure and handling of classified information about the Middle East and terrorism to the two lobbyists, who in turn are accused of passing it on to a journalist and a foreign government, widely believed to be Israel …”
“Martin pleaded guilty to the charges this week and will be sentenced in April.”
“LONDON (AP) - A British woman caught on tape stroking a cat, picking it up by the scruff of its neck and casually throwing it into its owners 'trash bin pleaded guilty to a single charge of animal cruelty Tuesday.”
“German and Soviet forces mauled each other on the Eastern Front as Stalin pleaded with the Western Allies to launch a Second Front.”
“Nash contended he wasn't the one who hit Brewer and pleaded from the bench for the officials to change the call.”
“I again pleaded with them to use their heart in situations like this.”
“Irvin pleaded no contest to felony cocaine possession and was put on probation for four years after a March 1996 arrest.”
“Mr. Coffin pleaded guilty in May to 15 counts of fraud related to sponsorship contracts.”
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