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used in Sycamore Row

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to ask or plead for something

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  • If the judge liked you, then he felt it necessary to offer unsolicited advice on a wide range of subjects.
    p. 348.8
  • The three lawyers squirmed in unison, the usual reaction when an effort is made to solicit exact information.
    p. 111.5
  • He would second-guess every move Jake made; excoriate Wade Lanier with scathing criticism; curse the negative rulings made by Judge Atlee; offer unsolicited advice at every turn; maintain the constant gloom of losing an unwinnable case; and at times be so unbearable Jake would want to throw something at him.
    p. 463.9

There are no more uses of "solicit" in Sycamore Row.

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