Besought [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Besought:

The women gave him their little ones to bless, or besought him to touch medals and rosaries for them.

And so betaking themselves to prayers, they besought him, that the sin which had been committed might be forgotten.

His pall had been carried off by the English heretics, and he besought the Pope to send him another.

It was a spirit-stirring moment, all partook of the joy, and the chiefs eagerly besought Cheetoo to lose no time in his departure.

He could make out with two hundred dollars; and he besought his friend at any sacrifice to stand by him.

"Do let me get my breath," she besought, yet as if she prolonged the moment for the sake of the dramatic weight the tale demanded.

They even besought them to alter their minds and “come away from the accursed place”; needless to say in vain.

The populace felt that disgrace could go no further, and, denouncing Godoy, besought the King to remain.

A day of fasting and prayer was therefore appointed, and for nine hours the Pilgrims besought God to help them.

This woman fell at his feet and besought him with tears to protect their honour better than the Carthaginians had done.