No appeal of yours will work in his favor.
They had looked so peaceful, so comfortable, and she never understood the appeal until this moment.
Just for the sake of conversation, what kind of man would appeal to you?
While he didn't understand why Tim wanted this woman protected, he saw her appeal: intelligence, artlessness, and perceptiveness combined with a general good will.
Seems like it would appeal to your cruel streak of messing with people to see what they'll do.
I think part of the appeal when I first met him was the mystery – and his confidence.
The idea certainly had its appeal, especially so after seeing how Matthew responded to the puppy.
These measures have been interpreted as an appeal to the baser instincts of the mob, but this assumption is entirely out of keeping with all we know of Pericles' general attitude towards the people, over whom Thucydides says he practically ruled as a king.
From him, or from the courts of which he was the presiding officer, appeal lay to the king alone; but the king was often absent from England and did not understand the language of his subjects.
As a judicatory it is the final court of appeal; and by it alone can the graver censures of church discipline be reviewed and removed.
This appeal produced a painful impression.
Appeals Court judge Michael Chertoff was to be Ridge's successor, subject to senate confirmation.
He decided to file an appeal against the decision of the inland revenue.
I went to York House Immigration Court, near Heathrow, to lodge an appeal.
The United States has received from the Greek government an urgent appeal for financial and economic assistance.
This appeal is to a certain degree valid; for, indeed, those additional harmonies of language and beauties of thought which make style are the gifts of the gods.
I had some guests from those not reckoned commonly among the town's poor, but who should be; who are among the world's poor, at any rate; guests who appeal, not to your hospitality, but to your hospitalality; who earnestly wish to be helped, and preface their appeal with the information that they are resolved, for one thing, never to help themselves.
But just in proportion as I regard this as not wholly a brute force, but partly a human force, and consider that I have relations to those millions as to so many millions of men, and not of mere brute or inanimate things, I see that appeal is possible, first and instantaneously, from them to the Maker of them, and, secondly, from them to themselves.
But, if I put my head deliberately into the fire, there is no appeal to fire or to the Maker of fire, and I have only myself to blame.
I should advise you to appeal to Rumyantsev through Prince Golitsyn.
Pierre took that letter, and Rostopchin also gave him the Emperor's appeal to Moscow, which had just been printed, the last army orders, and his own most recent bulletin.
The words that had struck him in the Emperor's appeal--that the sovereign was coming to the capital for consultation with his people--strengthened this idea.
"I think it would be best to appeal to that general," she continued, "and I am sure that all due respect would be shown you."