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Anna Karenina
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  • We apologize in due form: we are in despair, we entreat forgiveness for the unfortunate misunderstanding.
  • "I beg you, I entreat you," she said suddenly, taking his hand, and speaking in quite a different tone, sincere and tender, "never speak to me of that!"
  • Kitty began to entreat her mother still more urgently to let her make friends with Varenka.
  • Stremov joined in her entreaties.
  • I entreat permission to see him once before my departure.
  • There was entreaty for forgiveness, and trust in him, and tenderness— soft, timid tenderness—and promise and hope and love for him, which he could not but believe in and which choked him with happiness.
  • But I, all of us, her relatives, all who love her, beg you, entreat you.
  • I entreat him to forgive me.
  • "My feeling cannot change, you know, but I beg you, I entreat you," he said again in French, with a note of tender supplication in his voice, but with coldness in his eyes.
  • Trying to be as accurate as possible, Levin began to tell him every unnecessary detail of his wife’s condition, interrupting his account repeatedly with entreaties that the doctor would come with him at once.
  • Kitty held her by the hand, and with passionate curiosity and entreaty her eyes asked her: "What is it, what is this of such importance that gives you such tranquillity?

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  • She flattered and entreated him until he agreed to help.
  • She was unmoved by his entreaties.

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