Imploratory Im*plor"a*to*ry, a. Supplicatory; entreating. [R.] --Carlyle. [1913 Webster]

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  • imploratory — index precatory Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • imploratory — / plorˈə tə ri/ adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑implore …   Useful english dictionary

  • implore — implorable, adj. imploration, n. imploratory /im plawr euh tawr ee, plohr euh tohr ee/, adj. implorer, n. imploringly, adv. imploringness, n. /im plawr , plohr /, v., implored, imploring. v.t. 1. to beg urgen …   Universalium

  • precatory — prec·a·to·ry / pre kə ˌtōr ē/ adj: expressing a wish or desire but not creating a legal obligation or affirmative duty a precatory remark the precatory words ◇ When interpreting wills, courts will look to whether a direction is precatory or… …   Law dictionary

  • importunate — adj 1. pressing, urgent, instant, crying, exigent, demanding, exacting; claiming, clamorous, insistent, dunning, entreating, solicitous, suppliant; supplicatory, supplicant, imploratory, imprecatory, precatory, invocatory, on bended knee. 2.… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • implore — [c]/ɪmˈplɔ / (say im plaw) verb (implored, imploring) –verb (t) 1. to call upon in urgent or piteous supplication, as for aid or mercy; beseech; entreat: they implored him to go. 2. to make urgent supplication for (aid, mercy, pardon, etc.).… …   Australian English dictionary

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