Verb(1) ask humbly (for something(2) make a humble, earnest petition(3) ask for humbly or earnestly, as in prayer
(1) She tells him to supplicate her mother first and then leaves.(2) Traditional practitioners include herbalists, bone setters, diviners, and ritual specialists who may supplicate spirits or ancestors.(3) He should willingly and with an open heart and mind supplicate for divine guidance and ask for direction so that the problem is solved in his own best interest.(4) In this formula, practitioners of religion are more or less powerless over the supernatural beings with whom they deal; they can only supplicate those beings for favours and then await their response.(5) Do repent to Allah for your sins and supplicate with raised hands at the times of prayer as these are the best times, during which Allah Al-Mighty looks at His servants with mercy.(6) When I were a lad, my mother would tell me to supplicate on her behalf after each of the five daily ├ö├ç├┐contact├ö├ç├û prayers, so that it would become a habit that I'd continue with after she'd died.(7) He previously suffered with the illness of white liver, but upon supplicating to Allah Ta'ala, he was cured except for a small portion of his skin the size of a Dinaar or a Dirham.(8) He read out the text, directed the contract and made graceful supplications .(9) His gesture is somewhere between surrender and supplication .(10) Councils may be able to make their supplications to the State Government and Parliament but, in the end, they have to comply with the law.(11) In the mid-sixth century the refugee Pactyes supplicated the Cymaeans, who found themselves threatened with war unless they handed him over to the Persians.(12) They used to offer their supplications before these deities in rhymed prose and sought revelation.(13) That's bringing some hard-to-ignore supplicants to his doorstep - from pensioners and companies seeking tax relief to crowbar-wielding mobs demanding bigger unemployment checks.(14) At a time when disease, deprivation, danger, and premature death were the norm, people were overwhelmed by fear and ignorance, and they supplicated hidden and mysterious forces that they could not comprehend.(15) Roles have changed, and sellers have become supplicants for scarce buyers.(16) The women's defiant attitude was the greatest surprise to the authorities who expected tears, supplications and general weakness.
1. entreat ::
2. beg ::
3. plead with ::
4. implore ::
5. petition ::
6. appeal to ::
7. call on ::
8. urge ::
9. enjoin ::
10. importune ::
11. sue ::
12. ask ::
13. request ::
14. beseech ::
Different Formssupplicate, supplicated, supplicates, supplicating
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