On Yom Kippur, Jewish communities fast, confess their sins in the collective “we,” and beseech God for forgiveness.
By the Blessed Son of thy love and passion, remember mine, I beseech thee.
So, brethren, I beseech you, treasure these thoughts more than you do.
"Rise, I beseech you," said Villebelle, who yielded in spite of himself to the emotion which he felt.
I beseech you let not the truth of my dishonor be known abroad.
They go down on their knees to their husbands and beg and beseech and supplicate them to have nothing to do with it.
Oh, do give up this marriage—I beseech you—if you love me—if you love us all!
Wait not for him to beseech you; ask him for no respite; but go forward at once, and offer him even more than you can perform.
It is not me whom you must beseech, but the Mother who feeds us all.
I beseech you to consider who are to be our judges that are to hear the case, and give or refuse redress.