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Definition of Entreative

Entreative
Entreative En*treat"ive, a. Used in entreaty; pleading. [R.] ``Entreative phrase.' --A. Brewer.

Meaning of Entreative from wikipedia

- Entreat is a live album by British alternative rock band The Cure, recorded at London's Wembley Arena in July 1989. It consists entirely of songs performed...
- romancing one of the daughters of a Fort Ord officer, who might have been entreated to watch out for him when names came up for postings. While returning...
- and democracy to ensure that such injustice may never happen again," entreated Mayor Wowereit. "It has been shown once again: Freedom is invincible at...
- Amb****ador Marilyn McAfee. In the recording, Amb****ador McAfee verbally entreated "Murphy". The CIA circulated a memo in the highest Washington circles...
- Monument. The students broadcast pleadings back toward the troops: "We entreat you in peace, for democracy and freedom of the motherland, for strength...
- him for his past offences "and if he could not soften their hearts, to entreat them at least to allow him the prefecture of Egypt". Suetonius reports...
- as he awaits trial. Richie, frustrated with Tony's authority over him, entreats Junior to have Tony killed. Junior feigns interest, then informs Tony of...
- June 2011. Retrieved 26 January 2012.  Max Cryer. "Hear Our Voices, We Entreat—The Extraordinary Story of New Zealand's National Anthems". Exisle Publishing...
- indicating that Mendelssohn wrote p****ionate love letters to Jenny Lind entreating her to join him in an adulterous relationship and threatening suicide...
- ****enization of the Hurrian weather god Teshub Zeus Meilichios ("Zeus the Easily-Entreated"): Worshipped at Athens, a form of the archaic chthonic daimon Meilichios...
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