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A brazier is at the solicitation of the guests placed in the drawing room.
For he would not have assumed the office but for her solicitation, she knew well.
At her solicitation he took her place at the instrument, and executed the andantino as few but professional artists could do.
On the way Winnifred, at the solicitation of the Marchioness, related her story.
Her consent makes no difference, and even the solicitation of the act on the part of the child will not exonerate the accused.
The dog will worry us by its fuss, its solicitation, its desire to be petted.
At the solicitation of the Franks he then ordered one of his warriors to kiss the king's foot.
There was nothing equivalent to solicitation or inducement from beginning to end.
late 15c., "management," from Middle French solicitation and directly from Latin solicitationem (nominative solicitatio) "vexation, disturbance, instigation," noun of action from past participle stem of solicitare (see solicit). Meaning "action of soliciting" is from 1520s. Specific sexual sense is from c.1600.