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intreat

[in-treet]
verb (used with or without object) Archaic.
  1. entreat.
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Examples from the Web for intreated

Historical Examples

  • My master, who could not well do without me, intreated me to stay; but I was positive.

    The Pacha of Many Tales

    Frederick Marryat

  • We were going to carry the boy to the waggon, but he intreated to remain.

  • In vain poor Caspar intreated; they would not even listen to him.

  • And there is none that is wise, will be intreated to it, at his request alone.

    A Renaissance Courtesy-book

    Giovanni Della Casa

  • Arthur, in his turn, became inflexible, and would not be intreated.

    Secresy

    E. (Eliza) Fenwick


British Dictionary definitions for intreated

intreat

verb
  1. an archaic spelling of entreat
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Derived Formsintreatingly, adverbintreatment, noun
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