Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pray.(verb)
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Use "prays" in a sentence
"Griffin plans to fly to Lewis College in Southern California to meet his pen pal Carrot (who he prays is the female of his dreams) and his running teammates."
"The modern prays, that is he begs of his idol, his deity, to prosper his business, to guard his life, and, as one of my "super-devout" acquaintances recently informed me, on the eve of an important golf match, for the Deity to give him endurance; in other words, "to cut down his golf score.""
"Sixth, when are people going to wakeup to the fact that the two party system is a system designed to thwart real democracy and stop acting like Steve King (R-Iowa) who 'prays' that this country never becomes a democracy?"