An expression of annoyance or impatience. (adverb)
To make happy or satisfy; to give pleasure. (verb)
To desire; to will; to be pleased. (verb)
Examples of word please
The opening chapter of the book here under discussion elicited a raspberry note to budding Scenarists: opening the text with camera directions gives the game away; and please please *please* no more references to that a-photograph-steals-the-soul riff, which I first happened upon in the Ur-text called...
Great idea, but please *please* promise you won't do that again!
So please, you whisper to yourself, trying to telepathically bully everyone else in the room--*please* don't ask any questions.
I'm in Boston and I'm not going to phone you because I'm scared you'd hang up, so I'm just arriving at Wooly on Thursday, and for God's sake please, _please_ see me and hear me, my dear, darling friend.
Did Louise Littleton suspect, as I did, what she was to "please, _please_ ... hear" and its ramifications?