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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of implore.

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Examples

  • It is generally supposed to mean, that the stag implores the young man; but as the youth is mad, the absurdity, of the passage is heightened if we suppose that he implores the stag, and, in the moment of its own danger, entreats it to come to his own assistance; as certainly the Latin will admit of that interpretation.

    The Comedies of Terence Literally Translated into English Prose, with Notes

  • A Hollywood movie -- even one that the president of the United States "implores" the public to see -- can't stop that.

    After The Survivors

  • Obama "implores" Iran to stop murdering their own people?

    Home/News

  • At the conclusion of the message, Jesus is held up as a “model for time management,” and Pastor Rick implores those who have not yet accepted Christ to offer a prayer in their heart: “Be the CEO of my life, Jesus.”

    American Grace

  • Unless, of course, your heart's been hardened by all those artery-clogging animal fats that the film implores you to rethink.

    Kerry Trueman: Want to Save the Economy? Change What You Eat

  • Jasvinder implores the UK to co-ordinate efforts to halt the practice with overseas governments by establishing closer links, and emphasises their role to "challenge other governments, when justice and human rights are being threatened".

    'Tradition is not an excuse for abuse'

  • The defense implores each and every one of you to find Richard Lawrence Tresvant ‘not guilty’ of the first-degree murder of Phinnaeus Bernard III.

    Larger Than Lyfe

  • ET 29 min: "What is it about red and white striped shirts combined with blue shorts and socks that inspires teams to go far in tournaments without bothering to win much," implores Terence Davidson.

    Copa América 2011: Paraguay v Venezuela – as it happened | Jacob Steinberg

  • The defense implores each and every one of you to find Richard Lawrence Tresvant ‘not guilty’ of the first-degree murder of Phinnaeus Bernard III.

    Larger Than Lyfe

  • Unless, of course, your heart's been hardened by all those artery-clogging animal fats that the film implores you to rethink.

    Kerry Trueman: Want to Save the Economy? Change What You Eat

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