Importune [verb]

Definition of Importune:

demand, insist

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Sentence/Example of Importune:

Perhaps some other way may be found, though it does not as yet occur to me, by means of which I need not importune you in future.

I would not importune the mighty prince, but rather Gripir's good counsel have.

But why importune readers with Emily's theory, when they have doubtless already guessed it in detail?

I believed your assertions, I yielded to your importune lies, and said I would name the day.

The others saw how it was and did not further importune him.

But each of them had much to ask for himself, and all were afraid to importune the master.

At times the whole world seems to be in conspiracy to importune you with emphatic trifles.

When he saw that it was useless to importune the government further, Dekker made his appeal to the people in “Max Havelaar” .

"It would be better—because of the invitation," he said slowly, hesitantly, with the air of one who does not wish to importune.

With what prayer shall the sacred virgins importune Vesta, who is now inattentive to their hymns?