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supplicate
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
ask humbly (for something);
or: make a humble, earnest petition;
or: ask for humbly or earnestly, as in prayer
  • This lock of hair, which now he can so readily give up, was begged of me with the most earnest supplication.
    Chapter 29 (79% in)
  • CHAPTER 44 Elinor, starting back with a look of horror at the sight of him, obeyed the first impulse of her heart in turning instantly to quit the room, and her hand was already on the lock, when its action was suspended by his hastily advancing, and saying, in a voice rather of command than supplication, "Miss Dashwood, for half an hour—for ten minutes— I entreat you to stay."
    Chapter 44 (1% in)

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