from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To seek to obtain by persuasion, entreaty, or formal application: a candidate who solicited votes among the factory workers.
- transitive v. To petition persistently; importune: solicited the neighbors for donations.
- transitive v. To entice or incite to evil or illegal action.
- transitive v. To approach or accost (a person) with an offer of sexual services.
- intransitive v. To make solicitation or petition for something desired.
- intransitive v. To approach or accost someone with an offer of sexual services in return for payment.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To persistently endeavor to obtain an object, or bring about an event.
- v. To woo; to court.
- v. To persuade or incite one to commit some act, especially illegal or sexual behavior.
- v. To offer to perform sexual activity, especially when for a payment.
- v. To make a petition.
- v. To disturb or trouble; to harass.
- v. To urge the claims of; to plead; to act as solicitor for or with reference to.
- v. To disturb; to disquiet.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To ask from with earnestness; to make petition to; to apply to for obtaining something.
- transitive v. To endeavor to obtain; to seek; to plead for.
- transitive v. To awake or excite to action; to rouse desire in; to summon; to appeal to; to invite.
- transitive v. To urge the claims of; to plead; to act as solicitor for or with reference to.
- transitive v. To disturb; to disquiet; -- a Latinism rarely used.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To arouse or excite to action; summon; invite; tempt; allure; entice.
- In criminal law:
- To incite (another) to commit a crime.
- To entice (a man) in a public place: said of a prostitute.
- To endeavor to bias or influence by the offer of a bribe.
- To disturb; disquiet; make anxious.
- To seek to obtain; strive after, especially by pleading; ask (a thing) with some degree of earnestness or persistency: as, to solicit an office or a favor; to solicit orders.
- To petition or ask (a person) with some degree of earnestness or persistency; make petition to.
- To advocate; plead; enforce the claims of; act as solicitor or advocate for or with reference to.
- Synonyms and
- Request, Beg, etc. (see ask), press, urge, pray, plead for or with, sue for.
- To make solicitation.
- n. Solicitation; request.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make amorous advances towards
- v. make a solicitation or petition for something desired
- v. incite, move, or persuade to some act of lawlessness or insubordination
- v. approach with an offer of sexual favors
- v. make a solicitation or entreaty for something; request urgently or persistently
There's a technical definition of the term solicit; and the question is whether or not being in a fundraising dinner committee counts as soliciting.
Good/bad, male/female, and because of the solicit is suggesting once again "testosterone", I'm thinking the obvious choice gender wise, is the complete opposite which is the "estrogen."
If you want to hold true to what the solicit is referring.
- Mexicans by birth which another country can consider as their nationals, are able to solicit from the SRE a Certificate of Mexican Nationality, only for effects of article 16.
Louis certainly held that opinion; and he afterwards instructed D'Estrades to solicit from the English court the punishment of those Londoners who had insulted his ambassador, and to demand the dismissal of De
Louis certainly held that opinion; and he afterwards instructed D'Estrades to solicit from the English court the punishment of those Londoners who had insulted his ambassador, and to demand the dismissal of De Batteville.
Is it that your band has never had a single label solicit it for demos even though you've been playing music for fourteen years?
His nomination had been ratified by the consent of Licinius; and that artful prince, by the means of his emissaries, soon contrived to enter into a secret and dangerous correspondence with the new Caesar, to irritate his discontents, and to urge him to the rash enterprise of extorting by violence what he might in vain solicit from the justice of Constantine.
While, they've had a hundred labels solicit them, and for all I know they have never even had band practice, and may not even exist.
It was the mayor of this little incorporated village whose sheriff ordered me to stop going door-to-door as he claimed it was against the law to "solicit" in that town.