He pleads earnestly that rickshaws are very cheap.
First we capsize his boat and then he pleads for us.
He seeks to excite pity, and pleads for time.
He pleads for entrance, but too often pleads in vain.
Who pleads with the Governor?
In vain Eochaidh pleads with her to stay with him.
The coal-heaver pleads that he saw a baker being shaved there the day before.
She passionately pleads for protection against dishonor, and the god consents.
As against this fashionable Hobbism, Parker pleads Conscience.
He pleads with me, He hears ere I can call; Jesus!
Barnard, Lady Anne, pleads for the baboons, 24, 25; on some rabbits, 222.
Doesn't George suggest it, when he pleads for industrial democracy?
With tears in his eyes, he pleads with the devil: 'Let me go!
Definition of Pleads
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of plead
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