Imploring [verb]

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Rachel Maddow reveals that her partner, Susan, tested positive for Covid-19 and is still recovering, and implores viewers to consider their loved ones when they calculate their own Covid-19 risk.

After her narrow defeat in the governor’s race, Abrams implored her party to invest in Georgia for the 2020 presidential election.

Over the summer, representatives of the NAACP visited Ruby’s parents, imploring them to enroll her in first grade at William Frantz.

He brought up an article in Boston Magazine in which writer Scott Kearnan implored, “If you would have braved the freezing cold for a Patriots game, you should do it to save local restaurants, too.”

In May, Barr wrote a directive to all Justice Department employees imploring them to be “particularly sensitive to safeguarding the Department’s reputation for fairness, neutrality, and non-partisanship” when it comes to election-related crimes.

I implore you to channel your concerns for your fellow officers by having their back.

It quickly spawned an online fundraising effort, where he — alongside other Belarusian businessmen, Olympians and journalists — have already raised a half-million dollars while imploring troops to back the protesters over the government.

The boys were tumbling about, clinging to his legs, imploring that numerous things be brought back to them.

She fixed her imploring eyes on the Virgin's face and on the saints; but all seemed to her to wear a forbidding look.

He saw that Marius had disappeared, and that mademoiselle had risen and was regarding him with singularly imploring eyes.