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Latin implōrāre in- toward in–2 plōrāre to weep
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
French implorer, Latin implōrō (“I beseech, I implore”).
Dear princess, I beg and implore you, have some pity on him!
I implore you, put me out of misery?
I regretfully and respectfully implore you to help us, and to spread this message to friends and loved ones.
Emails that purport to be from someone who wants to send you money may have far too many phrases that implore you to act immediately such as "Reply ASAP!" or "This offer ends in one hour!"
At one point as he swung her around, she saw Alex and tried to implore him, but he just laughed and waived a hand in dismissal.
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