appeal in a Sentence

His appeal was turned down by the judge.

Her strong appeal for help won his heart.

His arguments did not appeal to reason.

His appeal for mercy was rejected.

My views do not appeal to him.

This festival has obtained a universal appeal.

You are free to appeal against injustice in any court of the country.

I appeal to the police authorities to bring the offenders to hook.

We must appeal to the High Court against this decision.

These books have no appeal for me.

The minister made a personal appeal to the public.

Gentlemen, I appeal to you for help.


Nature has an irresistible appeal.

Your scheme does not appeal to practical minds.

I appeal to you for help.

One should avoid those subjects which do not appeal to others.

Your scheme does not appeal to practical minds.

It does not appeal to most of the students.

I appeal to the police authorities to bring the offenders to hook.

His appeal for mercy was rejected.

The officer turned a deaf ear to his appeal.

His appeal for help met little success.

His appeal for mercy is entitled to consideration.

I hope my suggestion will appeal to you and you will think over it.

I could not help being moved by his appeal.

This kind of picture does not appeal to me.

I appeal to the police authorities to bring the offenders to book.

The officer turned a deaf ear to his appeal for mercy.

I will appeal against the verdict.

We will appeal to the Chief Minister.

I appeal to the better judgment

Swimming in winter does not appeal to me.

My views do not appeal to him.

I appeal to him for his advice.

The production has visual appeal for the audience.

Do these paintings appeal to you?

We made an appeal for support.

His music and words appeal to young people.

The appeal was rejected.

I will appeal against the sentence.

Television has a great appeal for him.

Your way does not appeal to me.

The artificial and momentary pleasures of city life do not appeal to me.

This was because the Japanese gave their agreement to his appeal for help.

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