I think it was that her eyes were full of unsatisfied intelligence, and unsatisfied beseeching affection.
But her eyes met Philip’s, which were in this moment liquid and beautiful with beseeching love.
"I wish it could be managed so as my teapot and chany and the best castors needn’t be put up for sale," said poor Mrs. Tulliver, beseechingly, "and the sugar-tongs the first things ever I bought."
"And you will like Maggie, sha’n’t you?" she added, in a beseeching tone.
"Good-bye," said Stephen, in a tone that had the same beseeching discontent as his eyes.
Could she refuse sometimes to answer that beseeching look which she felt to be following her like a low murmur of love and pain?
Was it possible to quarrel with a creature who had such eyes,—defying and deprecating, contradicting and clinging, imperious and beseeching,— full of delicious opposites?
Not that Mrs. Tulliver’s feeble beseeching could have had this feather’s weight in virtue of her single personality; but whenever she departed from entire assent to her husband, he saw in her the representative of the Dodson family; and it was a guiding principle with Mr. Tulliver to let the Dodsons know that they were not to domineer over him, or—more specifically—that a male Tulliver was far more than equal to four female Dodsons, even though one of them was Mrs. Glegg.
"Now, dearest," he added, turning toward her with a look that was half beseeching, "the worst part of your fatigue is over.
"Remember what you felt weeks ago," she began, with beseeching earnestness; "remember what we both felt,—that we owed ourselves to others, and must conquer every inclination which could make us false to that debt.
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She teaches and beseeches her students to think about their future.
He closed the prayer by beseeching God to grant them wisdom and patience.