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supplication
  1. An act of supplicating; a humble request.
  2. A prayer or entreaty to a god.
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    1. “He read out the text, directed the contract, and made a graceful supplication.”
      “These all continued with one accord in prayer and supplication, with the women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with His brethren.”
      “There are many Hadiths mentioning several formulae of the Prophet's supplication at various times of the day.”
suppliance
  1. That which supplies a want; assistance; a gratification; satisfaction.
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    1. “And with arms still raised in suppliance for his great unselfish soul, he sprang out backward to the darkening sea.”
      “She turned away, unable to withstand the suppliance of his eyes.”
      “Responsibility entailed accounting for one's actions, dutiful suppliance, contractual obligation, and calculated reciprocity.”
suppliant
  1. One who pleads or requests earnestly.
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    1. “Officials, most of whom are poorly paid, control access to things as lucrative as a large construction contract or as modest as a permit to reside in a neighborhood, all of which can cost the suppliant special fees.”
supplicant
suppliance
  1. supplication; entreaty
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  3. Examples:
    1. “And with arms still raised in suppliance for his great unselfish soul, he sprang out backward to the darkening sea.”
      “She turned away, unable to withstand the suppliance of his eyes.”
      “Responsibility entailed accounting for one's actions, dutiful suppliance, contractual obligation, and calculated reciprocity.”
supplicator
supplicancy
supplications
  1. plural of supplication
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    1. “They used to offer their supplications before these deities in rhymed prose and sought revelation.”
      “The women's defiant attitude was the greatest surprise to the authorities who expected tears, supplications and general weakness.”
      “Councils may be able to make their supplications to the State Government and Parliament but, in the end, they have to comply with the law.”
supplicators
suppliances
supplicants
  1. plural of supplicant
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    1. “The Buddhist Guan Yin provided her worldly supplicants with the karma of reproductivity and bore constant witness to their agony.”
      “When the police lodged a case against him recently, he and his supplicants reacted in the customary manner.”
      “An emaciated, rake of a lackey with crowns on his lapels kept ushering supplicants and victims into the Secretary's panelled office.”
suppliants
  1. plural of suppliant
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    1. “The judges are supposed to be separate, not suppliants to Executive Government.”
      “The presence of noble British exiles at Rome as suppliants to the emperor will have reinforced Roman attitudes.”
      “The suppliants, as we shall see later on, drew their own conclusions and acted accordingly.”
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