Definitions for imploreɪmˈplɔr, -ˈploʊr
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beg, implore, pray(verb)
call upon in supplication; entreat
"I beg you to stop!"
To beg for, to entreat urgently or earnestly.
Origin: French implorer, imploro.
to call upon, or for, in supplication; to beseech; to prey to, or for, earnestly; to petition with urency; to entreat; to beg; -- followed directly by the word expressing the thing sought, or the person from whom it is sought
to entreat; to beg; to prey
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
im-plōr′, v.t. to ask earnestly: to beg.—ns. Implorā′tion; Implor′ātor (Shak.), one who implores or entreats.—adj. Implor′atory.—n. Implor′er (Spens.), one who implores.—adv. Implor′ingly, in an imploring manner. [Fr.,—L. implorāre—in, in, plorāre, to weep aloud.]
The numerical value of implore in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of implore in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The overall impact of this case is huge, i implore the court to move very deliberately.
As a matter of simple human decency we implore the county not to prematurely take Lexi from her home.
Obtain from yourself all that makes complaining useless. No longer implore from others what you yourself can obtain.
I implore people to really inform yourself about who the candidates are, inform yourself of what their positions are.
There is no moral middle ground. Indifference is not an option. ... For the sake of our children, I implore each of you to be unyielding and inflexible in your opposition to drugs.
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