KJV Dictionary Definition: entreat
ENTRE'AT, v.i. To make an earnest petition or request.
The Janizaries entreated for them, as valiant men.
1. To offer a treaty. Not used.
2. To treat; to discourse. Not used.
ENTRE'ATANCE, n. Entreaty; solicitation.
ENTRE'ATED, pp. Earnestly supplicated, besought or solicited; importuned; urgently requested.
1. Prevailed on by urgent solicitation; consenting to grant what is desired.
2. Used; managed.
ENTRE'ATER, n. One that entreats, or asks earnestly.
ENTRE'ATING, ppr. Earnestly asking; pressing with request or prayer; importuning.
1. Treating; using.