It is always pleasant to do on entreaty what we might be driven to do unasked.
She then went away, at her friend's entreaty, after emptying her purse in my nurse's hands.
A motion of prohibition that had in it none of the grace of entreaty, checked his formula.
Her entreaty was so earnest, that the boy had not the heart to stay there.
In hers there was tenderness, expostulation, entreaty; in his some shade of mingled horror and regret.
The words were those of entreaty, but the voice was that of authority.
He raised himself, and stretched out his arms towards her with a gesture of entreaty.
What you must read unmoved by the pity too far for entreaty.
His voice is wonderfully steady, but there is always the same searching look of entreaty on his face.
His level glance met Sir Richard's in earnestness and entreaty.