An imploring child.
An example of implore is when you beg and plead for a loaf of broad when you are hungry.
transitive verb-·plored′, -·plor′ing
- to ask or beg earnestly for
- to ask or beg (a person) to do something; entreat
Origin of imploreClassical Latin implorare, to beseech, entreat from in-, intensive + plorare, to cry out, weep
verbim·plored, im·plor·ing, im·plores
- To appeal to in supplication; beseech: implored the tribunal to have mercy. See Synonyms at beg.
- To beg for urgently: implored their advice in the matter.
Origin of imploreLatin implōrāre in- toward ; see in- 2. plōrāre to weep
(third-person singular simple present implores, present participle imploring, simple past and past participle implored)