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The word ‘implore’ is typically used to express an urgent request that is made out of desperation, which is why it can be associated with a feeling of fear or anxiety. For that reason, ‘implore’ is used sparingly when compared to the similar meaning ‘ask’.
The business could go bankrupt if you go through with this decision. I implore you to reconsider!
Sarah’s dog was trapped in the burning house, and she implored the firemen to save him.
There’s no use in imploring me for money. I can’t afford to bail you out of trouble again.