appeal

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/əˈpiːl/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/əˈpil/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ə pēl)

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appeal

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. appeal in court
  2. appeal to [the supreme court, a higher authority]
  3. appeal (to him) for [donations, help, justice]
  4. the [defendant] has appealed
  5. appealed by the [defendant, plaintiff, government]
  6. (may) appeal [the decision, the ruling]
  7. (have the) right to appeal (the)
  8. the [decision] has been appealed
  9. appealed under [section, ordinance] [13]
  10. appeal on the grounds of
  11. [can, may, must, could] be appealed
  12. (tried to) appeal to his better [judgment, nature]
  13. appeals to my [sweet tooth, weaknesses, heart]
  14. [doesn't, does not] appeal to me
  15. [just, really] doesn't appeal
n
  1. court appeal
  2. the final appeal
  3. file an appeal (with)
  4. UK: lodge an appeal (with)
  5. the appeal was [dismissed, accepted]
  6. an appeal against [conviction, the charges]
  7. he was found [guilty, innocent] on appeal
  8. made a personal appeal [to]
  9. a personal appeal for (information)
  10. has (a lot, tons of) sex appeal
  11. [great, alluring, little] appeal
  12. [they, the band, the athletes] has [not, never] lost their appeal
  13. have never lost my appeal for [carrots, jazz music]
  14. I have never understood his appeal
  15. the [suggestion, promise, idea] holds little appeal [to, for] me
  16. an appeal in court
  17. an appeal to the supreme court
  18. an appeal to her [feelings, emotions, senses]
n as adj
  1. the appeals [process, board]
  2. an appeals [court, board, judge]
  3. UK: appeal [court]
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