importune (v.) 1
urge, press
AC IV.xv.19 [Antony to Cleopatra] I here importune death awhile
CE IV.i.2 [Second Merchant to Angelo] I have not much importuned you
CE IV.i.53 [Angelo to Antipholus of Ephesus, of the merchant] You hear how he importunes me
E3 II.i.371 [Countess to Warwick] My mother and the peers importune you / To keep in presence of his majesty
Ham I.iii.110 [Ophelia to Polonius, of Hamlet] he hath importuned me with love / In honourable fashion
KL III.iv.154 [disguised Kent to Gloucester, of Lear] Importune him once more to go
MM I.i.56 [Duke to Angelo] We shall write to you, / As time ... shall importune
MW II.ii.206 [Falstaff to Ford as Brook, of Mistress Ford] Have you importuned her to such a purpose [of satisfaction]?
Oth III.iv.104 [Iago to Cassio, of Desdemona] Go, and importune her
Oth IV.i.114 [Othello to himself, of Iago and Cassio] Now he importunes him to tell it o'er
RJ I.i.145 [Benvolio to Montague, of Romeo] Have you importuned him by any means?
Sonn 142.10 [] Whom thine eyes woo as mine importune thee
Tem II.i.130 [Sebastian to Alonso, of his daughter's marriage] You were kneeled to and importuned otherwise
TG I.iii.13 [Panthino to Antonio] [your brother] did request me to importune you
TG III.i.145 [Duke reading Valentine's letter to Silvia, of his thoughts going to her] I thither them importune
Tim II.i.16 [Senator to Caphis, of Timon] Importune him for my moneys

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