A paper cup of water with a bent straw is placed before the frantic and miserable patient and all present implore him to Sip!
Now, as they enter the fourth estate and seek its reinvention, I implore them: be bold.
Several times during the highly tense 37-minute session, Smith had to implore of the media mob that they “take turns.”
c.1500, from Middle French implorer and directly from Latin implorare "call for help, beseech," originally "invoke with weeping," from assimilated form of in- "on, upon" (see in- (2)) + plorare "to weep, cry out." Related: Implored; imploring; imploringly.