Third-person singular simple present indicative form of importune.(verb)
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Use "importunes" in a sentence
"An impertinent white newsboy occupies two seats at the end of the car and importunes you to the point of rage to buy cheap candy, Coco-Cola, and worthless, if not vulgar, books."
"So here we have the government al ready paying for 65% of a project that doesn ' t even meet its normal cost-benefit test, and then the White House has to referee when one of the largest corporations in the world GE importunes the Administration to move faster by threatening to find a private financial substitute like any other business."
"It was a bit like that gag when a beggar importunes Harpo Marx for the price of a cup of coffee, and Harpo reaches into his coat and produces a cup of coffee."