verb (used with or without object) Archaic.
- intraventricular block,
- intraventricular conduction,
- intravital stain,
- intrazonal soil,
- intrenching tool,
Examples from the Web for intreated
They intreated vs, that being absent wee would remember them, and by stelth prouided a sacrifice, which we misliked.
He intreated in the most moving language to be removed to the hospital, and made comfortable what little time he had to live.Recollections of Windsor Prison;|John Reynolds.
A little after seven I intreated a friend to go for Mr. Carlisle, and bring him instantly wherever he was to be found.
Sir Philip intreated him, with the piety of a confessor, to consider his soul's health before that of his body.The Old English Baron|Clara Reeve
We were going to carry the boy to the waggon, but he intreated to remain.A Yacht Voyage Round England|W.H.G. Kingston