Entreaty – meaning of the word and examples

An act of entreating: Plea. (Merriam – Webster)

An attempt to persuade someone to do something: (Cambridge Dictionary)

Earnest request or petition; supplication. (Dictionary.com)

An earnest or humble request. (Oxford Dictionaries)

An entreaty is a very polite, serious request. (Collins Dictionary)


Entreaty. Clip Art.


A song of entreaty. Church of England. 


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