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- adv. In a beseeching manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a beseeching manner.
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- adv. in a beseeching manner
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Una's little pearl-pure face gleamed up at her beseechingly from the manse pew.
Don't you let him touch me! "he called beseechingly to the barkeeper.
In both cases, make sure your face has at least 3 times more blood than normal, your voice is beseechingly loud and your hands are grasping at straws.
She gazed beseechingly at Signor Luciano, at Nico, at Rocco, but the men kept their heads down, carefully ignoring her.
In turn, she locked both arms about him and looked up beseechingly to Grief.
She looked at him beseechingly in the silence that fell.
They told us that, while we dug our fingers into the stones and looked beseechingly into their eyes.
"He is my man," she repeated monotonously, beseechingly.
She looked beseechingly to Pilate, who continued to shake his head.
Ruth's hand sought Martin's beseechingly under the table, but his blood was up.