Every hour, the anthem is played, followed by Orthodox priests intoning prayers and beseeching God not to forsake Ukraine.
"Only half a second," said Tchartkóff, in the wistful and beseeching voice of a child.
The face of the young man softened as he met his father's beseeching eyes.
He made a vigorous appeal to the pope himself, beseeching him to keep the peace.
"I beg you to go and unhook it," said he, beseeching his companion.
So don't put any nonsense into Georgie's head—forgive me for beseeching you!
Fraser asked again, his voice suddenly suave and beseeching.
I thought this was my mother's voice, and sometimes went to her, beseeching her to tell me what she wanted.
How caressingly the blue sky bent over him, beseeching him to stay!
Beggars, scarcely recognisable as human beings, knocked their foreheads on the ground, beseeching us to give them some cash.