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

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Examples

  • Griffin plans to fly to Lewis College in Southern California to meet his pen pal Carrot (who he prays is the female of his dreams) and his running teammates.

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  • The modern prays, that is he begs of his idol, his deity, to prosper his business, to guard his life, and, as one of my "super-devout" acquaintances recently informed me, on the eve of an important golf match, for the Deity to give him endurance; in other words, "to cut down his golf score."

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  • I think it's shameful that MSNBC would air the words of this coward who "prays" for action.

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  • He "prays" for notPresident Obama the illegal alien lizard person to die.

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  • Sixth, when are people going to wakeup to the fact that the two party system is a system designed to thwart real democracy and stop acting like Steve King (R-Iowa) who 'prays' that this country never becomes a democracy?

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  • When Palin "prays" that the war be God's will, she is making a suggestion to God as to what His will should be.

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  • "I shall expect the same word back from you by return of post scored under as eagerly as those futile" prays "."

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  • "I shall expect the same word back from you by return of post scored under as eagerly as those futile" prays "."

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  • Then let me intreat you, gentle, benevolent, and christian reader, to peruse in pity the romances of Francis Lathom, for he no doubt "prays," and I will bear witness that he "works" manfully for "his daily bread."

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  • The Thelma And Louise star "prays" she's not as outrageous as her crass character.

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