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1. I earnestly advised him to cooperate.
2. "Did you?" she asked earnestly.
3. It is earnestly hoped that you'll attend out tea party.
4. He earnestly appealed to his friends for support.http://sentencedict.com
5. I conjure you most earnestly to reconsider your position.
6. I earnestly beg you to reconsider your decision.
7. We are earnestly seeking after the truth.
8. The boy earnestly asked that his application be granted.
9. Earnestly did we beseech, but to no avail.
10. I earnestly pray for your pardon.
11. He gazed earnestly into my eyes.
12. She always listened earnestly as if this might help her to understand.
13. I earnestly entreat that we don't get caught out again.
14. I earnestly wish I could have been present at the meeting yesterday.
15. I earnestly hope what I learned will serve me well in my new job.
16. He leant earnestly across the table.
17. They recite the verse earnestly and proudly.
18. He might even pray earnestly to Saint Winifred to protect him, he had the innocent effrontery for it.
19. Malamute stared earnestly at the floor, nodding vigorously at certain points in her narrative.
20. He smiled earnestly, surveyed the room and scribbled away on the Offload page.
21. She looked at him earnestly. "You don't mind?".
22. I long earnestly to be reconciled to you now.
23. To entreat earnestly and often repeatedly; exhort.
24. Your advice is hereby earnestly solicited.
25. That luminary gazed earnestly at some papers before him.
26. To love someone in secret is like a seed in bottle waiting for growing up, though not sure whether the future will be more beautiful, still waiting it earnestly and eagerly.
27. to love someone in secret is like a seed in bottle waiting for growing up, though not sure whether the future will be more beautiful, still waiting it earnestly and eagerly.
28. He agreed to accept my advice after I had earnestly laboured with him for the whole morning.
29. The reality of reengineering has begun to gnaw away at those who had earnestly embraced this newest form of management self-improvement.
30. The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, nor to worry about the future, but to live the present moment wisely and earnestly. Buddha
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