(1) It's also so jam-packed with pop culture references and media lampoons that it runs the risk of insulting or isolating the very audience it is trying to entreat .(2) Perhaps you can entreat some strapping young lad into educating you in the ways of the world.(3) He did not know whether anything he could say in that chamber would be noticed by the people of the town; but he would like to entreat them to be very gentle and careful towards the ruins.(4) Her final plea that he entreat divine grace on her behalf can only be read, given the pains she took to equate divinity with intellect, as a request for intellectual freedom.(5) However, may I be bold enough as to entreat your patience for yet another minute?(6) He looked entreatingly at her.(7) Jen looked up at her entreatingly , her blue eyes piercing, and Kate had to sigh softly, ├ö├ç├┐All right, we'll have dinner.├ö├ç├û(8) He often sojourns there and woos the ├ö├ç├┐niece├ö├ç├û of the abbess whom he entreats to come live with him and be his love.(9) Then turning toward the camera, he entreats : ├ö├ç├┐Mr. Premier, in this final negotiation, offer nurses what you were prepared to pay for the Army.├ö├ç├û(10) His sentiment has become philosophical, as we are not cowed by caustic warnings but entreated with seductive and satisfying draftsmanship.(11) I believe he spoke to her for a long time, entreating , wondering, pleading, ordering, I suppose.(12) The Foundation cajoles, entreats , and I hope charms supporters into giving generously to make opinion pages better.(13) ├ö├ç├┐Now is the moment of maximum pressure, and the coalition must withstand it,├ö├ç├û it entreats .(14) ├ö├ç├┐Oh, Jamie, please listen to me,├ö├ç├û she said entreatingly .(15) He looked at her so entreatingly , so sure she could provide him with an answer, a command, to follow.(16) He had hung crude crosses and other charms all around his home and regularly recited the Magnificat, and he fervently entreated the protection of the Lady every night.