“It is like if she had sought the meal too she might have got it, such is his civility when he is intreated,” says Sinclair.
We were going to carry the boy to the waggon, but he intreated to remain.
The friar got home to Mr. Welch's house, and pretending indisposition, intreated another night's lodging, which was granted him.
In vain poor Caspar intreated; they would not even listen to him.
Arthur, in his turn, became inflexible, and would not be intreated.
And there is none that is wise, will be intreated to it, at his request alone.
Of an ill tree I hope you are not so ill sighted in grafting to expect good frute: he was a Jew, & intreated her like a Jew.
So we fasted and besought our God for this: and he was intreated of us.
A little after seven I intreated a friend to go for Mr. Carlisle, and bring him instantly wherever he was to be found.
But you have intreated in such a manner that I cannot refuse you.