Appeal [noun]

Definition of Appeal:

request for help

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Sentence/Example of Appeal:

No matter the flavor, they lack marshmallow stickiness and cloying sweetness of Rice Krispies treats, as well as the bake-sale appeal.

Market-specific, rather than pan-regional, newsroom coverage will also grow the publisher’s appeal, he said.

Tichina Arnold might be the funniest person on screen, and a large part of her appeal comes from her willingness to tell it like it is.

Rodríguez is currently awaiting the outcome of the appeal in her case, a process that has been delayed for more than six months.

Platforms would also have to create complaint systems that notify users within 14 days of taking down their content and provide for appeals.

It’s a very real and serious problem, but one that actually underlines the state’s appeal.

Then there’s the widespread appeal of the Danish toy maker’s sets, many of which are labeled for ages “4-99”.

The decision could also limit the appeal of Facebook’s social-media platform to Australians who use it to read news.

The move depends on whether a state judge grants them an appeal or more time to reclassify their drivers from contractors to employees, as has been required by law since January.

It’s still early days in Triller’s relationship with the influencer community, but the fact that it has successfully poached former TikTok stars like Josh Richards, who had over 20 million followers on the app, shows its appeal is growing.