She said that she had indeed brought the topic up and solicited their help.
He also solicited money for the GOP from Hong Kong businessmen.
There is simply no reason non-Americans should be solicited for donations via email.
He solicited aid from many regional players, including Iran and Uzbekistan in particular but also Russia and Turkey.
Letters are solicited from other scholars in the field, whose identities are kept from the professor.
And if a tent is to be pitched, first of all the protection of good ginns must be solicited in that spot.
De Caen solicited an interview with Champlain, which was conceded.
In this disguise he sought the dwelling of an old bachelor uncle, and solicited his charity.
At first he solicited a loan for the relief of his urgent necessities.
They do, indeed, offer him counsel where he solicited help, which is a true stroke of nature on both sides.
early 15c., "to disturb, trouble," from Middle French soliciter (14c.), from Latin sollicitare "to disturb, rouse, trouble, harass; stimulate, provoke," from sollicitus "agitated," from sollus "whole, entire" + citus "aroused," past participle of ciere "shake, excite, set in motion" (see cite). Related: Solicited; soliciting.
Meaning "entreat, petition" is from 1520s. Meaning "to further (business affairs)" evolved mid-15c. from Middle French sense of "manage affairs." The sexual sense (often in reference to prostitutes) is attested from 1710, probably from a merger of the business sense and an earlier sense of "to court or beg the favor of" (a woman), attested from 1590s.