Third-person singular simple present indicative form of solicit. (verb)
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Use "solicits" in a sentence
"My mother again solicits me to resume this estate; and has proposed my making over to her my half-pay instead of it, though of much less value, which, with her own two hundred pounds a year, will, she says, enable her to continue her house in town, a point I am determined never to suffer her to give up; because she loves London; and because I insist on her having her own house to go to, if she should ever chance to be displeased with ours."
"Well, the solicits are a little off to the first issue's final content."
"There is a Fine Arts Trust Fund, which solicits gifts of money and artworks to the Federal Reserve, and the United States Capitol Historical Society, which raises money for the research and collections work of the curator and architect of the capitol."