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appeal a sincere and earnest request or plea, usu. for aid or sympathy. [1/7 definitions]
devout earnest; sincere. [1/3 definitions]
endeavor to make an earnest effort; strive. [1/2 definitions]
heartfelt deeply felt; earnest; sincere.
inculcate to implant in someone's mind by earnest and frequent repetition; instill (usu. fol. by "in"). [1/2 definitions]
invocation any earnest appeal or entreaty, as for inspiration. [1/4 definitions]
mean1 to be completely serious and in earnest about (something expressed). [1/9 definitions]
plea an earnest request or appeal. [1/3 definitions]
prayer1 an earnest request. [1/4 definitions]
protest to make an earnest or firm declaration. [1/7 definitions]
protestation an emphatic or earnest declaration. [1/3 definitions]
serious-minded of, having, or exhibiting serious purpose, earnest interest, or the like; not frivolous.
sincere honest or earnest. [1/2 definitions]
sue to make an earnest request; plead. [1/3 definitions]
swear to vow, declare, or affirm in an earnest and solemn manner. [2/9 definitions]
unctuous excessively or falsely earnest or amiable. [1/2 definitions]
vow to resolve in earnest to do something; declare emphatically. [2/5 definitions]