Examples of entreaty in a Sentence
our entreaties to give us another few minutes to answer the test questions fell on deaf ears
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Its best hopes lay in its oil reserves and American support, but Turkey has threatened to cut off its oil pipeline, and the relationship with the United States soured after the Kurds rebuffed its entreaties to cancel the vote.
But many wonder how effective his entreaties will be, as major pieces of legislation -- such as tax reform -- are only being crafted by Republican lawmakers.
Myanmar has responded to the U.S. entreaties by asking Washington for evidence of any military dealings, the permanent secretary said.
Tennessee could be the site of the next major populist-versus-establishment conflagration if Gov. Bill Haslam responds to entreaties to enter the race.
The result of the meeting and other similar entreaties may start to become clear this week, as Trump heads to New York for his first address to the United Nations General Assembly.
Good-naturedly dodging his mother’s entreaties to settle down, the peripatetic and engaging Kasliwal scours the world for outrageous gems (a recent find was an old 10-carat mine diamond at a Las Vegas antiques show) and the best parties.
With the gift comes an entreaty: to track down the remaining movements and, if possible, put them again in Otylie’s hands.
No administrator charged with balancing the university’s books could easily ignore the entreaties of Jim Patterson and Dr. Mark Lynn, two donors whose names adorn the school’s baseball and soccer stadiums.
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