Entreat in a Sentence
Entreat - Definition
to make an important request; ask for
Use Entreat in a sentence
I entreat you to donate some time tomorrow for our neighborhood clean-up program.
The teacher would entreat her students to arrive to class on time.
Every time I entreat for a raise, my boss says "No!"
Could you kindly entreat that loudmouth to whisper in the library?
Timmy would beg, constantly entreat his mother for a new cellphone, but she would always say "No!"
I live below the poverty level, so please do not entreat me for more money.
I entreat you to answer my question!
The hurricane victims entreat for basic necessities.
Though Jim was caught cheating with another woman, he would entreat his girlfriend for a second chance.
The convicted criminal would entreat the judge for mercy.
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ask, beg, request, plead, pester