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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of entreating

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of entreating:
/ɛntɹitɪŋ/

Derived Form of entreating

verb
root word: entreat
third person: entreats
past: entreated
past participle: entreated
present participle: entreating
Verb: entreat
1
ask for or request earnestly
Synonymsadjuring, beseeching, bidding, conjuring, pressing,
Type ofpleading,

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  1. Only not to-day, please, not to-day! she kept muttering with a sinking heart, as though entreating someone, like a frightened child. Mercy! to me... to that room... he will see... oh, dear!
  2. - They look like Sonic is entreating Thanos.
  3. Only not to-day, please, not to-day! she kept muttering with a sinking heart, as though entreating someone, like a frightened child. Mercy! to me... to that room... he will see... oh, dear!
  4. Only not to-day, please, not to-day! she kept muttering with a sinking heart, as though entreating someone, like a frightened child. Mercy! to me... to that room... he will see... oh, dear!
  5. Only not to-day, please, not to-day! she kept muttering with a sinking heart, as though entreating someone, like a frightened child. Mercy! to me... to that room... he will see... oh, dear!
  6. Only not to-day, please, not to-day! she kept muttering with a sinking heart, as though entreating someone, like a frightened child. Mercy! to me... to that room... he will see... oh, dear!
  7. Only not to-day, please, not to-day! she kept muttering with a sinking heart, as though entreating someone, like a frightened child. Mercy! to me... to that room... he will see... oh, dear!
  8. for entreating help.
  9. Only not to-day, please, not to-day! she kept muttering with a sinking heart, as though entreating someone, like a frightened child. Mercy! to me... to that room... he will see... oh, dear!
  10. but you must keep the foundation this entreating us if you keep it up a wall
  11. - I am begging you, please... - Ma'am, entreating,
  12. I am entreating myself to do that what you kneel to have me.
  13. We are entreating you as our good God to shower your grace and mercy upon us.
  14. 'Tis some visitor entreating entrance at my chamber door
  15. Some late visitor entreating entrance at my chamber door;
  16. and entreating her to persuade her friend Lizzy to comply with the wishes of all her
  17. She wrote continually to Antony, urgently entreating him to come to Rome, and displaying