Definition of Appeal:

  1. Request, usually by a party losing a case in a lower court to a higher (appellate) court, to reverse or modify the lower courts decision. Appellate courts, in general, deal with a appeal by notionally rehearing the case through the trial notes (transcripts) before calling any witnesses. The appellant usually has to post an appeal-bond, to pay for the appellees expenses in case the appeal is unsuccessful. In some civil cases, a winning party may appeal for an award of a larger sum in damages.

Synonyms of Appeal

Angelus, Ave, Ave Maria, Hail Mary, Kyrie Eleison, Paternoster, Acceptability, Adjuration, Adjure, Adorability, Agacerie, Agreeability, Aid prayer, Allure, Allurement, Amiability, Appeal motion, Appeal to, Appealingness, Application, Application for retrial, Apply, Asking, Attract, Attraction, Attractiveness, Be attractive, Beadroll, Beads, Beckon, Beg, Beguile, Beguilement, Beguiling, Beseech, Beseechment, Bewitchery, Bewitchment, Bid, Bidding prayer, Blandishment, Brace, Breviary, Cajolery, Call, Call for help, Call on, Call upon, Captivation, Certiorari, Chaplet, Charisma, Charm, Charmingness, Clamor, Clamor for, Collect, Come-hither, Communion, Conjure, Contemplation, Crave, Cry, Cry for, Cry on, Cry to, Delightfulness, Desirability, Devotions, Draw, Drawing power, Enchantment, Engage, Enravishment, Enthrallment, Enticement, Entrancement, Entrapment, Entreat, Entreaty, Excite, Exquisiteness, Fascinate, Fascination, Fetch, Flirtation, Forbidden fruit, Glamour, Grace, Impetrate, Impetration, Imploration, Implore, Imploring, Importune, Imprecate, Imprecation, Inducement, Intercession, Interest, Intrigue, Inveiglement, Invitation, Invite, Invitingness, Invocation, Invocatory plea, Invoke, Kneel to, Likability, Litany, Lovability, Loveliness, Lovesomeness, Lure, Luxury, Magnetism, Meditation, Obsecration, Obtest, Obtestation, Orison, Petition, Plea, Plead, Plead for, Pleasantness, Please, Pray, Prayer, Prayer wheel, Provocativeness, Pull, Request, Requesting, Rogation, Rosary, Run to, Seducement, Seduction, Seductiveness, Sensuousness, Sex appeal, Silent prayer, Snaring, Solicit, Solicitation, Sue, Sue for, Suit, Summon, Supplicate, Supplication, Sweetness, Tantalization, Tantalize, Tantalizingness, Tease, Tempt, Temptation, Temptingness, Thanks, Thanksgiving, Tickle, Titillate, Unobjectionableness, Voluptuousness, Whet the appetite, Winning ways, Winningness, Winsomeness, Witchcraft, Witchery, Wooing, Writ of certiorari, Writ of error

How to use Appeal in a sentence?

  1. Despite receiving negligent representation from his his attorney at trial, Jasons conviction for manslaughter was upheld by the higher court on appeal .
  2. Jenn got mad when she realized Alex had more appeal than her boyfriend because he was smart, funny, wealthy, polite, and honest.
  3. The appeal by the attorney was expected as the plea bargain was determined to be unfair and unacceptable so a new course of action was required.

Meaning of Appeal & Appeal Definition