Another word for appeal
request, plea, bid, claim, suit, submission, solicitation, petition, question, imploring, recourse, entreaty, prayer, invocation, supplication, address, demand, importunity, call, requisition, application, overture, proposition, proposal, call for aid, earnest request, adjuration.
Action to carry a case to a higher court
To ask another seriously
To carry a case to a higher court
interest, attract, engage, fascinate, tempt, tantalize, awaken a response, invite, entice, allure, captivate, intrigue, attract one's interest, enchant, beguile, please, catch one's eye; see also fascinate.
appeal implies an earnest, sometimes urgent request and in legal usage connotes resort to a higher court or authority; plead, applied to formal statements in court answering to allegations or charges, carries into general usage the implication of entreaty by argument she pleaded for tolerance; sue implies respectful or formal solicitation for redress, a favor, etc.; petition implies a formal request, usually in writing and in accordance with established rights; pray and supplicate suggest humility in entreaty and imply that the request is addressed to God or to a superior authority, supplicate in addition suggesting a kneeling or other abjectly prayerful attitude
Another word for appealnoun
An earnest or urgent request:entreaty, imploration, plea, prayer1, supplication. See ask
An application to a higher authority, as for sanction or a decision:petition. (Law) prayer1. See ask, law
The power or quality of attracting:allure, allurement, attraction, attractiveness, call, charisma, charm, draw, enchantment, enticement, fascination, glamour, lure, magnetism, witchery. (Informal) pull. See like
To make an earnest or urgent request:beg, beseech, crave, entreat, implore, plead, pray, sue, supplicate. (Archaic) conjure. See ask
To bring an appeal or request, for example, to the attention of:address, apply, approach, petition. (Obsolete) sue. See request
To make application to a higher authority, as to a court of law:petition. (Law) sue. See law
To direct or impel to oneself by some quality or action:allure, attract, draw, entice, lure, magnetize, take. (Informal) pull. See like