Definition of Suppliantness. Meaning of Suppliantness. Synonyms of Suppliantness

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Definition of Suppliantness

Suppliantness
Suppliant Sup"pli*ant, a. [F., p. pr. of supplier to entreat, L. supplicare. See Supplicate, and cf. Supplicant.] 1. Asking earnestly and submissively; entreating; beseeching; supplicating. The rich grow suppliant, and the poor grow proud. --Dryden. 2. Manifesting entreaty; expressive of supplication. To bow and sue for grace With suppliant knee. --Milton. Syn: Entreating; beseeching; suing; begging; supplicating; imploring. -- Sup"pli*ant*ly, adv. -- Sup"pli*ant*ness, n.

Meaning of Suppliantness from wikipedia

- The Suppliants may refer to: The Suppliants (Aeschylus) by Aeschylus, an ancient Gr**** play where the Danaides s**** protection from King Pelasgus The...
- Suppliant Maidens may refer to: The Suppliants (Aeschylus) by Aeschylus, an ancient Gr**** play where the Danaides s**** protection from King Pelasgus The...
- The Suppliants (Ancient Gr****: Ἱκέτιδες, Hiketides; Latin Supplices), also called The Suppliant Maidens, or The Suppliant Women, first performed in 423...
- The Suppliant Women may refer to: The Suppliants (Aeschylus) by Aeschylus, an ancient Gr**** play where the Danaides s**** protection from King Pelasgus...
- The Suppliants (Ancient Gr****: Ἱκέτιδες, Hiketides; Latin: Supplices), also called The Suppliant Maidens, or The Suppliant Women, is a play by Aeschylus...
- The Suppliant Maidens may refer to: The Suppliants (Aeschylus) by Aeschylus, an ancient Gr**** play where the Danaides s**** protection from King Pelasgus...
- Suppliant Women may refer to: The Suppliants (Aeschylus) by Aeschylus, an ancient Gr**** play where the Danaides s**** protection from King Pelasgus The...
- body of his son, Hector. Richard Martin notes repeated references to suppliants throughout the poem, including warriors begging to be spared by the Gr****s...
- and the Danaïdes when they fled from Aegyptus. In Aeschylus' play The Suppliants the Danaïdes fleeing from Egypt s**** asylum from King Pelasgus of Argos...
- p. 277; Parker, Polytheism and Society at Athens, p. 409. Aeschylus, Suppliants frg. 202, as cited by Parker, Polytheism and Society at Athens, p. 142...
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