begging letter

begging letter

n
a letter asking for money sent esp by a stranger to someone known to be rich
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What would such a boy learn from begging letters? His heart would soon be rendered callous, for, as he ran about begging, people would pass him by and give him nothing.
In some way the magnificent offers certain magazines had made him leaked out, and Oakland ministers called upon him in a friendly way, while professional begging letters began to clutter his mail.
I WRITE with regard to Mr Coppinger's begging letter to the community about funding for the police force and how it is everybody's fault but his for not being able to give the area the coverage that it deserves.
This begging letter to his acolytes has turned the whole sorry affair into a circus in which the former first minister has installed himself as ringmaster but could easily double up as the clown.
I traced my ex and posted him a begging letter. They now Skype.
It has reportedly sent a "begging letter" to the Home Office asking for help in meeting the extra costs, which were piled on when David Cameron declared the wedding day a bank holiday.
Later, the computer tells her to send the begging letter, with pictures she is to alter so that some of the children have terrible scars and others are on fire.
A HEADTEACHER has sent a begging letter to parents asking for PS30 to help with school finances.
Begging letter spells out danger "DEAR Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
Prosecutor Rory Byrne said: "Then he sent her a begging letter of reconciliation, telling her how the relationship breakdown was hurting him.
After shaking out the adverts for PS5 off train fares to Gdansk, and 20% off chocolates from a shop you've never heard of, there will be the begging letter.
This is not a begging letter, just a plea for help.