beseechingly


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Related to beseechingly: resolutely, sullenly
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Adv.1.beseechingly - in a beseeching mannerbeseechingly - in a beseeching manner; "`You must help me,' she said imploringly"
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beseechingly

[bɪˈsiːtʃɪŋlɪ] ADVen tono suplicante or de súplica
to look at sb beseechinglymirar a algn suplicante

beseechingly

[bɪˈsiːtʃɪŋli] adv [speak] → d'un ton suppliant; [look] → d'un air suppliant

beseechingly

[bɪˈsiːtʃɪŋlɪ] advin modo implorante
References in classic literature ?
For a moment she trembled and then she smiled and looked up at me again a little beseechingly.
The King's stern face grew milder as he gazed on the gentle Fairy, and the flowers seemed to look beseechingly upon him; while their fragrant voices sounded softly in his ear, telling of their dying sisters, and of the joy it gives to bring happiness to the weak and sorrowing.
Her eyes fled to his beseechingly, and their look said: "Remember, we're doing this because it's right.
Please do, dear Santa Claus," implored the little maid, beseechingly.
Say," he said, beseechingly, "come wid me a minit an' I'll tell yer why.
The children wept, and Nana ran to him beseechingly, but he waved her back.
Ruth's hand sought Martin's beseechingly under the table, but his blood was up.
Silverstein looked beseechingly at his spouse, but she burst forth savagely:-
The plaintive wail which succeeded the passionate roar went to Meg's heart, and she ran up to say beseechingly.
He started slightly on seeing her, and she looked up at him beseechingly, without speaking.
Some who had more wits than they knew what to do with; runaway slaves with plantation manners, who listened from time to time, like the fox in the fable, as if they heard the hounds a-baying on their track, and looked at me beseechingly, as much as to say, --
My love," he said, shaking his head as she looked beseechingly at him, "I have too much Manchester cotton in my constitution for long idylls.