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entreat (one) to (do something)

To beg or plead with someone to do something. When the babysitter suddenly canceled, my parents entreated me to stay home with my siblings instead of going out with my friends.
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entreat someone to do something

to beg someone to do something. They entreated us to come back as soon as we could. I entreat you to think it over again.
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Conclusion Even by Brighton standards, this looks an extremely poor maiden, but Entreat is difficult to weigh up.
NAOMI MATTHEW: 2.30 Curtains, 3.00 Whinhill House, 3.30 Landucci, 4.00 Entreat (nap), 4.30 Sinbad The Sailor (nb), 5.00 Imaginary Diva.
Over the years, the actress has received international acclaim for her performances - she has also starred in other Nollywood hits, such as 'Entreat', 'Grey Dawn', among others.
The Gbane, Datuuku, Tarkwa, Kajetia communities will benefit tremendously from these projects and I therefore entreat the traditional authorities including all the community members to cooperate with the investors to enable it brings about its intended projects to the community.
HAYDOCK: 2.10 Hathaway, 2.45 Atlaal, 3.20 Mister Hughie, 3.55 Buddhist Monk, 4.30 Faithful Ruler, 5.05 Entreat.
He has two runners in 3.45 race, Entreat and Galilean Backing Heather Dalton's handicap chasers at Bangor the past four seasons would have in a level- stakes profit of 24.50.
"I entreat that person to show mercy and to come forward now to tell where Madeleine may be found."
Through references to popular literature, television, and film, as well as lively--and at times subjective-- language, they entreat students to understand and contemplate themes such as: utopias and the imperfections of reality, the necessities for government, government and economy, structures and institutions (and their imperfections), courts and law, the democratic ideal, international politics, and political culture, among others.
Thousands of Jews turned out at prayer vigils on Tuesday to entreat the God of Israel to protect and defend the Jewish State.
It is unclear whether Hallstrom or Miramax will entreat critics to sample the leaner version -- though alternate prints are a nifty extra once a pic hits DVD.
Others to follow Sandown 2.00 Big Bound, 2.35 Brenin Taran, 3.10 Militarist, 3.45 Entreat, 4.20 Aqwaal.
Local businessmen entreat city marshal Virgil Cole (Ed Harris), and his gun-slinging partner Everett Hitch (Viggo Mortensen), to restore peace using their trademark brand of tough justice.
First seen touring the hinterland in a convoy of luxury automobiles, devout Muslim Noukhaev comes across as a dapper blend of godfather and matinee idol, attending prayer services and doling out crisp $100 bills to villagers who entreat God to "have pleasure in him." Yet Noukhaev's rise to unofficial power came via founding of the feared Chechen Mafia, and his grandiose plans to restore the capital, Grozny, from moonscape to symbolic paradise, via a London-based oil conglomerate smack at least as much of personal as patriotic motivations.
"I entreat that person, whoever they may be, to show mercy and compassion and come forward now."
Let's show capitalism that the proletariat, when united, will never cower So once again I fervently entreat