To appeal to in supplication; beseech: implored the tribunal to have mercy. (verb-transitive)
To beg for urgently; entreat.(verb-transitive)
To make an earnest appeal. See Synonyms at beg.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "implore" in a sentence
"It requested the President to appoint a day for humiliation and prayer and to ask the people to convene at their usual places of worship in order that they may confess and repent of their manifold sins, implore the compassion and forgiveness of the Almighty, that, if consistent with his will the existing rebellion may be speedily suppressed and implore him as the supreme ruler of the world not to destroy us as a people."
"I would again implore ... not to let this opportunity pass."
"I send you ten shillings for pocket-money, and again implore you to let Mrs. Bax have a little rest and peace."