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Definition of "imploration" [im•plo•ra•tion]

  • The action of imploring; begging, beseeching. (noun)

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Use "imploration" in a sentence
  • "That he heeded not the imploration of his sovereign's future wife and smote her son, Alarbus, too?"
  • "Uhl's imploration sounds eerily like the battle-cries of another, more notorious religious radical: Osama bin-Laden."
  • "To our mind Justice Kennedy's heartfelt imploration is more persuasive than Justice Ginsburg's sterile conception of womanhood."