verb (used with object), im·plored, im·plor·ing.
verb (used without object), im·plored, im·plor·ing.
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Over the years, Bazaar’s fortunes have risen and tumbled, reaching their modern zeitgeisty zenith under the leadership of the late Liz Tilberis, whose debut issue in 1992 implored women to “Enter the Era of Elegance.”Samira Nasr, a fashion first at Harper’s Bazaar: ‘I just want to bring more people with me to the party’|Robin Givhan|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
They implored the United States and the Soviet Union to cease nuclear testing and to reject the first use of nuclear weapons in the broader goal of ending the arms race.Bernard Lown, physician who rallied doctors against nuclear war, dies at 99|Emily Langer|February 18, 2021|Washington Post
Moreover, it doesn’t help to hear the governor and federal public health officials implore people to get vaccinated as quickly as possible.
Bowser, who said she hates needles, made a point to say the vaccine was safe and implored residents to remind their friends and family who are 65 and older they are eligible to receive it.Coronavirus vaccination appointments canceled in D.C. region as health officials confront scarce supply|Jenna Portnoy, Rachel Chason, Rebecca Tan, Hannah Natanson|January 25, 2021|Washington Post
I implore you to get even more satisfaction by taking charge and power washing your own home.