Yes, HE, De Griers, has actually been playing the suppliant
The priest, erect on his feet, irritated, threatening, imperious; Quasimodo, prostrate, humble, suppliant
I went to my room and reread Joseph Alexeevich's letters and recalled my conversations with him, and deduced from it all that I ought not to refuse a suppliant
, and ought to reach a helping hand to everyone- especially to one so closely bound to me- and that I must bear my cross.
I had been calling Nobs in the meantime and was about to set out in search of him, fearing, to tell the truth, to do so lest I find him mangled and dead among the trees of the acacia grove, when he suddenly emerged from among the boles, his ears flattened, his tail between his legs and his body screwed into a suppliant
On the contrary, he was masterful in whatever he did, but he had a trick of whimsical wheedling that Dede found harder to resist than the pleas of a suppliant
And now, and for the first time, he was a suppliant
, tender and timid and doubting.
The woman followed him along the sidewalk in somewhat the manner of a suppliant
Soon afterward he came up to a Shepherd and fawned upon him, wagging his tail as if to say, "I am a suppliant
, and seek your aid.
One day while indulging in the gloomiest reflections he suddenly sprang from the rock upon which he sat, and with a determined gesture of the right hand exclaimed: "I will no longer be a suppliant
for knowledge which the gods withhold.
Barry, coming to the door in answer to a timid knock, found a white-lipped eager-eyed suppliant
on the doorstep.
Alike with him who does wrong to a suppliant
or a guest, or who goes up to his brother's bed and commits unnatural sin in lying with his wife, or who infatuately offends against fatherless children, or who abuses his old father at the cheerless threshold of old age and attacks him with harsh words, truly Zeus himself is angry, and at the last lays on him a heavy requittal for his evil doing.
The moment Sophia was departed, Jones advanced in a very suppliant
manner to Mr Western, whom the parson held in his arms, and begged him to be pacified; for that, while he continued in such a passion, it would be impossible to give him any satisfaction.