Verb(1) call upon in supplication; entreat(2) make a solicitation or entreaty for something; request urgently or persistently(3) ask to obtain free(4) dodge, avoid answering, or take for granted
(1) A friend told me that it was better living on the street, because there you could beg for money and food.(2) He assumed that she was a wandering beggar who had come to beg for food and shelter.(3) If I have done anything to screw it up, I beg of you to push it aside and forgive me.(4) ├ö├ç├┐Please I beg of you, think of what your doing├ö├ç├û Eve said, pleading for her life.(5) So, I beg of you, when you see a cyclist on the road, give plenty of space.(6) She was so low on money these days that she felt the need to beg for money.(7) they had to beg for food(8) You might see two parents working hard for a living, and yet their children would beg for food in the streets.(9) At times we are forced to go and beg for food from nearby homesteads.(10) Every day poor people came to her house to beg for food and every day she sent them away with nothing.(11) So I beg of you, please, do not carry on this tradition.(12) God please, please, please, I beg of you, make my feelings for Jalil disappear.(13) I must beg of you not to act impulsively(14) It took him five minutes to walk to the backyard shed, inside would be the cute little puppy Shadow, whom would lick and beg for food from Chad.(15) They were poor having no stock save a cow and a few hens, and often had to beg for food around the parish.(16) They beg for money, often using bits of broken English they pick up from the occasional soldier they encounter.