Definition of plea in English:
- But unlike Moore, he doesn't rely on emotional pleas from hysterical moms and funny songs to lighten the mood.
- Beware of charities long on emotional pleas but short on concrete examples of where the money goes, she advised.
- He also is undecided on his emotions, chopping and changing between angry violent outbursts and whiny emotional pleas.
- You must demonstrate that you have made a decision and will no longer accept philandering, excuses, promises or pleas.
- His attorneys moved on Wednesday to obtain a prompt hearing on his plea that he is legally entitled to release.
- He was given six years for forgery despite his plea that he regarded painting banknotes as "a new form of art."
- The defendants put forward a plea of justification, based on the issue of the writ itself.
- It seems that he indicated a plea of guilty even before the charge was amended.
- I have already said that I am not going to make a plea of diminished responsibility on the grounds of incapacity.
- plea of tender
- Law A plea that the defendant has always been ready to satisfy the plaintiff’s claim and now brings the sum into court.Example sentences
- The affidavit further stated, that the district attorney of the United States moved to strike off from the record the plea of tender as a nullity.
- Granting that this plea of tender into court is defective, it would not render the petition insufficient to state a cause of action.
Middle English (in the sense 'lawsuit'): from Old French plait, plaid 'agreement, discussion', from Latin placitum 'a decree', neuter past participle of placere 'to please'.
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