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entreat (verb), entreats; entreated; entreating
To ask or to request someone very politely and earnestly to do something; to make a serious appeal; to plead: Susan entreated her parents to let her go to the dance at school because all of her friends were going and she wanted to be there with them.
To ernesrly ask for an answer.
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