It goes without saying that Ms. Solomon sees a fair share of supplication this time of year.
Possibly, but it will be a polite, even gingerly, supplication.
And in that they were a supplication he had gained a victory.
It was not the danger which threatened, that influenced me, not at all that; it was her own supplication.
At the same time, we are to do it with supplication; we not only may, but we should.
Valls read a supplication of curiosity in the eyes of his friend.
There was such an agony of supplication in her voice and her attitude, that Pascal was touched.
To bow the knee was ever since the attitude of supplication.
Then impetuously she faced him, her eyes searching his, her hands tight clasped, her whole being one of supplication.
Gwymplane with a gesture of supplication implores her to be silent.
late 14c., from Old French supplication, from Latin supplicationem (nominative supplicatio), from supplicare "plead humbly" (see supple). In ancient Rome, a religious solemnity, especially in thanksgiving for a victory.