verb (used with object), be·sought or be·seeched, be·seech·ing.
verb (used without object), be·sought or be·seeched, be·seech·ing.
- besant, annie,
- besant, sir walter,
Origin of beseech
Examples from the Web for beseech
On Yom Kippur, Jewish communities fast, confess their sins in the collective “we,” and beseech God for forgiveness.Israeli High Court Judges Let the Oppressed Go Free at Yom Kippur|Joshua Bloom|September 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Proceed, I beseech you, I am most anxious to know of the welfare of this Arderne.William Shakespeare as he lived.|Henry Curling
Let me open my heart, I beseech you—there—even for the sake of those old days, if you are not willing to forget them.Smoke|Turgenev Ivan Sergeevich
Nay, blame us not that we came to beseech the Gods when we heard the hailstorm of war rattling on the gates.Stories of the Old world|Alfred John Church