pray

[v] - address God
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Pray

Pray noun & v. See Pry . [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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Pray

Pray intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Prayed ; present participle & verbal noun Praying .] [ Middle English preien , Old French preier , French prier , Latin precari , from prex , p...
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Pray

Pray transitive verb 1. To address earnest request to; to supplicate; to entreat; to implore; to beseech. « And as this earl was preyed , so did he.» Chaucer. « We pray you . . . by ye reconciled to God.» 2 Cor. v. 20. 2. To ask...
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Pray

• (v. t.) To effect or accomplish by praying; as, to pray a soul out of purgatory. • (v. t.) To ask earnestly for; to seek to obtain by supplication; to entreat for. • (v. i.) To make request with earnestness or zeal, as for something desired; to make entreaty or supplication; to offer prayer to a deity or divine being as a religious...
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Pray

v.It is request made to the judge for losses and damages suffered at the end of a complaint in a legal proceeding by the plaintiff.
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pray

v. to formally request judicial judgment, relief and/or damages at the end of a complaint or petition.
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Pray

To formally request judicial judgment, relief, or damages at the end of a pleading.
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