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Correct spelling: plead

Definition of plead:

  1. To argue, as a cause; to allege or adduce in proof or vindication; to offer in excuse; to allege in defence.
  2. To argue in support of a claim, or in defence against the claim of another; to urge reasons for or against; to supplicate with earnestness; to urge; to present an answer to the declaration of a plaintiff.

Common misspellings for plead:

pleaed, pleade.


Google Ngram Viewer results for plead:

This graph shows how "plead" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for plead:

  1. To plead for the Oppress'd and to defend the Weak seem'd to me a generous undertaking; for tho' it may be secure, 'tis not always Honourable to run over to the strongest party.
  2. I shuddered to think how completely the insane were in the power of their keepers, and how one could weep and plead for release, and all of no avail, if the keepers were so minded.
  3. I plead for conservation of human culture, which is much more fragile than nature herself. We needn't destroy other cultures with the force of our own.
  4. In reply, I can only plead that a discovery which seems to contradict the general tenor of previous investigations is naturally received with much hesitation.
  5. Our ministry is debt free and we have not had to beg or plead for finances.

Rhymes for plead:

  1. mislead, bead, reread, tweed, lipide, she'd, sneed, dede, seed, indeed, wied, precede, walid, freed, weed, need, feed, succeed, swede, proceed, lead, recede, meade, creed, snead, rasheed, teed, bede, waleed, skied, bleed, shaheed, kneed, breed, impede, fried, speed, supersede, screed, keyed, heed, hamid, reed, brede, deed, greed, saeed, reid, misread, fede, we'd, secede, knead, rashid, steed, leed, friede, misdeed, nead, ede, reseed, mead, read, he'd, stampede, cede;
  2. agreed, decreed, accede, degreed, concede, elide, exceed, gilead;
  3. overfeed, intercede, guaranteed, disagreed, aristide;