PLEAD


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Related to PLEAD: Plead guilty, Plead the 5th
AcronymDefinition
PLEADPlace Entered Active Duty
PLEADPrevention, Legislation, Education and Awareness of Alcohol-related Deaths
References in classic literature ?
Tulliver had a destiny as well as Oedipus, and in this case he might plead, like Oedipus, that his deed was inflicted on him rather than committed by him.
Was it possible (if she made the confession) to trust to her own good conduct to plead her excuse?
I do not pretend to plead the immunities of my order so highly as this; but neither will I allow that the author of a modern antique romance is obliged to confine himself to the introduction of those manners only which can be proved to have absolutely existed in the times he is depicting, so that he restrain himself to such as are plausible and natural, and contain no obvious anachronism.
I can only plead, in defense, that the story offers the faithful reflection of a very happy time in my past life.
Their sweet little letters plead to know "more about Dorothy"; and they ask: "What became of the Cowardly Lion?