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- v. Obsolete form of implore.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. See implore.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of implore.
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I emplore you to make sure you take your kids or grandkids in the woods and teach them not just to hunt but truly enjoy and cherish this amazing gift that God has truly blessed us with.
Ask Senators Dawson and Newhouse to emplore sic Senator Carroll to push this important jobs program bill.61
I emplore the readers and writers of movie blogs everywhere to discontinue the use of this term.
However I am hoping to emplore you to fight on alittle further, not for yourself, but to help the party secure the nomination of the President of the United States.
I emplore you and all like you to think about the future of and the soul of your party when you vote, not just the current election, as crucial as that election might be.
Tomorrow, I emplore you to go out and make it a great day.
If your able to find it, I emplore all to watch GI Joe:Resolute.
I emplore you to read my entire post before growing upset with anything I may say …
So, I emplore you, even if you're busy, just take two minutes today and visit a place you've perhaps never seen before.
I emplore you MrCarter to go find a page online of Jeffesonian Quotes and pay special attention to what he says about supporting natiional leaders who break the law and destroy the Bill of Rights and the Consitution.