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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to entreaty:   (157 results)

Often used in the same context:
exhortation, admonition, overture, siren song, pleas, avowal, salutation, suggestion, demurral, encomium, supplication, remark, missive, pronouncement, rejoinder, protestations, aphorism, lamentations, blandishments, interjection, dictum, panegyric, quip, request, kinsman, pledge, imprecations, admonishment, moralizer, denunciation, peroration, assertion, gesture, peccadillo, cri de coeur, accusation, bon mot, fulminations, cries, retort, epistle, peradventure, effusions, proclamation, circumlocution, swain, harangue, platitude, gambit, sage, sermonette, edict, curtness, suppliant, eventide, incantation, expostulation, ardor, vow, utterance, sloganeer, maxim, prophesy, obsequies, incredulousness, yawp, angelus, hallelujahs, disquisition, churlishness, forsooth, defenestration, pacem, koan, handmaid, invitation, orotund, invocation, ministrations, asker, berachah, clarion, lowliness, effusiveness, disavowal, presumptuousness, proselyte, prolixity, billet doux, spiel, pleading, kyrie eleison, good naturedness, jeremiad, insinuation, valediction, loquacity, intercession, sally, chiding, chassid, droit du seigneur, entreaties, plea, supplications, wish, farewell, lament, pleadings, bewilderment, wonderment, adieu, appeal, regret, sobbing, cry, lamentation

More specific:
courting, courtship, demagoguery, demagogy, plea, solicitation, suing, suit, supplication, wooing

Appears in the definition of:
appealing, beg, dissuasion, grim, hardheaded, imploring, importunate, importunity, inexorable, mulish, persuasion, persuasiveness, pleading, precative, precatory, relentless, solicit, solicitation, stern, strength, tap, unappeasable, unforgiving, unrelenting, urgency, urging

More general:
asking, request

Synonyms:
appeal, prayer

Also try:
— Adjectives for entreaty: earnest, much, urgent, passionate, piteous, humble, mute, last, further, personal, agonized, more...

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