- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of plead.
“Occasionally an e-mail or phone call pleads for help.”
“Times of Trenton: "'Sleepy' captain pleads guilty”
“MPs' expenses: Elliot Morley faces longest jail term pleads guilty to dishonestly claiming £32,000 Elliot Morley, the former environment minister who has admitted fiddling his expenses by £32,000, is facing the longest prison sentence of all the MPs caught up in the scandal.”
“The Judge with whom our advocate pleads is the Father, his Father and ours.”
“Bridgewater man who used alias pleads guilty to making, selling steroids over the Net”
“Send me to find him and kill him," he pleads, which is horribly funny; the wee shrimp looks scarcely old enough to walk to the shops on his own.”
“According to the Sunday Mirror, the mother calls Ronaldo late at night and "pleads" with him to see their child, but the footballer taunts her "by telling her he may consider her requests... if she repays some of the money.”
“Sunday Mirror, the mother calls Ronaldo late at night and "pleads" with him to see their child, but the footballer taunts her "by telling her he may consider her requests... if she repays some of the money.”
“The Potato Pickers covers similar territory but does so with an aching delicacy (no more so than when the protagonist pleads "I know that friends say I'm rough/But I can be tender, easy enough").”
“For example, Tricera pleads that Barber and his wife have been separated since "late-2009.”
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