Part of speech:
An earnest request; supplication; prayer
The act of turning to a person or thing for help or as a means of achieving something; recourse:
(Law) A formal written application seeking a court's intervention and action on a matter:
An impassioned protest, complaint, etc.
The ability to influence without the use of logic.
A particular atmosphere or quality that seems to arise from and surround a person or thing
The definition of application is putting something on.
Regard for one's own benefit or advantage; self-interest:
(Law) An application made to a court for an order or a ruling.
Something asked for:
Any complete outfit
In Presbyterian churches, a proposal or question submitted as by the general assembly to the presbyteries
A formal written order, request, or application, as for equipment or tools
A strong inner urge or prompting; a vocation:
An importunate request; an insistent or pressing demand.
(Obs.) A question; query
A description of the location of a person or organization, as written or printed on mail as directions for delivery:
A statement, as a fact, of something that may be called into question; assertion
Something, such as a knob on a drawer, that is used for pulling.
Bewitching charm; fascination
Anything that so attracts or tempts
To resort to; use or apply:
To entreat or plead with; ask, persuade, or solicit earnestly; press; exhort
To call forth; rouse
To seek to obtain by persuasion, entreaty, or formal application:
To try; attempt
To recommend (a person) for a position, office, or membership; nominate.
To urge earnestly by advice, warning, etc. (to do what is proper or required); admonish strongly
Bible, 1 Mac. x. 47
To invite someone to commit a wrongful or illegal act.
To address an earnest or urgent request to; implore:
To ask (someone) for something in an urgent or humble manner:
To come near to in place, time, character, or value; to draw nearer to.
To have the will or desire; wish:
To attract and hold the interest of, as by beauty or wit.
To request formally:
To be strongly attractive to; excite the senses or desire of:
To be inviting or attractive to:
To review books, plays, etc., as for a newspaper
To trouble with requests or demands; urge or entreat persistently or repeatedly
To attract or charm (a person), often in an almost hypnotic way
(Archaic) To call on or entreat solemnly, especially by an oath.
To ask for earnestly; beg
To be resistant to; be incapable of absorbing or mixing with:
To ask or order to return:
(Now Rare) To recall
To give up (a claim, right, belief, etc.), usually by a formal public statement
To withdraw or disavow (a statement, promise, offer, charge, etc.); recant
To decline to accept; reject
To refuse to acknowledge or admit; deny; repudiate
To refuse to acknowledge as one's own; disown; repudiate
To arouse disgust
One similar to or like another. Used with the :
To capture and hold someone's interest and attention.
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