Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an entreating manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In an entreating manner.

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  • adverb In an entreating manner.

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  • adverb in a beseeching manner

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Examples

  • He called entreatingly to be released, and made rapid and incoherent promises of important information, mingled with affected pleasantry at their conceit, which he would hardly admit to himself could mean anything so dreadful as it seemed.

    The Spy

  • Standing up, I looked entreatingly to my neighbor, ready to follow her around like a lost puppy.

    Haven

  • Standing up, I looked entreatingly to my neighbor, ready to follow her around like a lost puppy.

    Haven

  • And then, entreatingly, full of feeling: Swim back to me.

    Ann Packer's 'Molten': Narrative Magazine's Friday Feature

  • Standing up, I looked entreatingly to my neighbor, ready to follow her around like a lost puppy.

    Haven

  • And then, entreatingly, full of feeling: Swim back to me.

    Ann Packer's 'Molten': Narrative Magazine's Friday Feature

  • Standing up, I looked entreatingly to my neighbor, ready to follow her around like a lost puppy.

    Haven

  • Standing up, I looked entreatingly to my neighbor, ready to follow her around like a lost puppy.

    Haven

  • Standing up, I looked entreatingly to my neighbor, ready to follow her around like a lost puppy.

    Haven

  • I kissed his foot and he held out his hand; then raising my eyes, which were filled with tears, I said entreatingly: "Holy Father, I have a great favour to ask you."

    Pope Leo XIII meets two Saints

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