Begging [adjective]

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Vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vacciiiiiiiiiiiiiine I’m begging you, please go in my arm.

Our model still thinks City and Liverpool are the respective best and second-best team in the league — and by some margin — but the Premier League table begs to differ.

One morning, a well-to-do couple named Lawrence and Pauline Treherne unexpectedly show up at the Polydorus, practically begging for Susan’s help.

Trick-or-treating still exists, but increasingly, it doesn’t involve small bands of children wandering their neighborhood at night, unsupervised, to beg for candy.

The Ulanzi tripod can be easily transformed into a selfie stick, allowing you to capture all the photos you want without having to beg a stranger.

In the traditionally conservative state, Graham, the three-term senator who won his last race by 17 percentage points, is getting so desperate for cash that he has taken to begging Fox News viewers to donate to his race on live national television.

Suggest that you may be lost, then beg them to help find the way home.

This week, appearing on Fox News, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, begged for support ahead of the November elections.

They don't seem to think there would be much good gained by begging for special favours through routine channels.

He threw himself on his knees, begging us, in the name of God and all the saints, to spare his life.