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  • When she dropped her pose and smiled down she discovered Kennicott apoplectic with domestic pride—and gray Guy Pollock staring beseechingly.
  • The actors were beseeching, "Hey, Del, put some red in my nostrils—you put some in Rita’s—gee, you didn’t hardly do anything to my face."
  • She flinched, looked at Guy beseechingly.
  • While she was purchasing two yards of malines the vocal Raymie Wutherspoon tiptoed up to her, his long sallow face bobbing, and he besought, "You’ve just got to come back to my department and see a pair of patent leather slippers I set aside for you."
  • Mrs. Dawson besought, "Now we will have a discussion of the papers, and I am sure we shall all enjoy hearing from one who we hope to have as a new member, Mrs. Kennicott, who with her splendid literary training and all should be able to give us many pointers and—many helpful pointers."
  • He leaned forward, thick capable hands on thick sturdy thighs, mature and slow, yet beseeching.
  • An hour after, Hugh came into her room crying, and when she said as cheerily as she could, "What is it, dear?" he besought, "Mummy, I want to go play with Olaf."
  • She besought, "Oh, how do you do!
  • He besought: "Some day I hope I can get away from this fool repairing, when I have the money saved up.
  • As though he had been rehearsing his speech he instantly besought: "Saw your husband driving away.

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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.

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