Another word for beg
beg crave beseech implore entreat importuneSearch Thesaurus
These verbs mean to make an earnest request. Beg and crave mean to ask in a serious and sometimes humble manner, especially for something one cannot claim as a right: I begged her to forgive me. The attorney craved the court's indulgence. Beseech emphasizes earnestness and often implies anxiety: Be silent, we beseech you. Implore intensifies the sense of urgency and anxiety: The child implored his father not to be angry. Entreat pertains to persuasive pleading: “Ask me no questions, I entreat you” (Charles Dickens). Importune adds the sense of persistent and sometimes irksome pleading: The foundation was importuned by fundraisers.See Also Synonyms at cadge.
Another word for begverb
To ask or ask for as charity:bum1, cadge. (Informal) panhandle. (Slang) mooch. See request
To make an earnest or urgent request:appeal, beseech, crave, entreat, implore, plead, pray, sue, supplicate. (Archaic) conjure. See ask