verb (used without object), sup·pli·cat·ed, sup·pli·cat·ing.
verb (used with object), sup·pli·cat·ed, sup·pli·cat·ing.
Origin of supplicate
Synonyms for supplicate
Examples from the Web for supplicate
Historical Examples of supplicate
If she be not a mother, you will supplicate her to speak of her potential children.City of Endless Night
Congress could only supplicate the States for money and borrow what it might on its expectations.Union and Democracy
"Your mercy; I supplicate it," she cried in an agonised voice.The False Chevalier
William Douw Lighthall
Speedily all pour glad libation on the board, and supplicate the gods.The Aeneid of Virgil
Andrea might writhe and supplicate and despair as he would—in vain.The Child of Pleasure
Word Origin for supplicate
early 15c., from Latin supplicatus, past participle of supplicare (see supplication). Related: Supplicated; supplicating.