Words and phrases that have a meaning related to appeal:   (261 results)

repel, repulse

Often used in the same context:
rehearing, ruling, appellate court, injunction, appeals court, case, request, reconsideration, petition, arguments, reargument, objection, court, judge, verdict, decision, luba, clemency, certiorari, pleas, conviction, temporary injunction, writ, lawsuit, hearing, appellate, supersedeas, impleading, retrial, justiciary, technicality, affirmance, challenge, pleadings, application, interlocutory injunction, grievance, adjudication, allure, remittitur, untimeliness, suit, permanent injunction, bataillon, outcry, vacatur, supreme court, extradition, judgment, countersuit, reconsidered, acquittal, merits, summary judgment, bid, tribunal, mandamus, nonsuit, complaint, wardship, arbitrator, sue, counterclaim, hearing examiner, sanction, reprieve, arbitration, sentence, submissions, motion, administrative hearing, habeas, reasoning, obiter dictum, admissibility, cassation, retry, deportation, revocation, recusing, accusation, annulment, contentions, summary judgement, pardon, commutation, leniency, reinstatement, allegation, condemnation, intervenor, counterstatement, administrative law, quo warranto, rejection, constitutionality, overturning, proceedings, distinctiveness, popularity, jurisdiction, flagrancy, appeals, plea, impetus, protest, revulsion, exhortation, concern, interest, significance, con, desire, enticement, impulsion, incentive, incitement, motivation, respect, sympathy, appointment, removal, admiralty, aforesaid, probate, interlocutory, referee, adjudicative, consent, proposal, disclosure, judicial, referral, sessional, summary, trial, antidumping

More specific:
allure, appeal to, becharm, beckon, beguile, bewitch, call on, call upon, captivate, capture, catch, charm, courting, courtship, demagoguery, demagogy, enamor, enamour, enchant, entrance, fascinate, go to, plea, plead, solicitation, suing, suit, supplication, tempt, trance, turn to, whip-round, winsomeness, wooing

Appears in the definition of:
., adjuration, blatant, call on, chancy, condemnation, coquette, crossover, curse, dangling modifier, ensuant, execration, final decision, final judgment, first blush, flag waving, flirt, glamor, glamour, highly-sexed, impassioned, jingoism, juicy, luscious, marilyn monroe, melodramatic, minx, misplaced modifier, monroe, mute, norma jean baker, oversexed, plead, pop, popular, popular music, popular music genre, pop music, prickteaser, red-hot, reincarnate, resort, sexpot, sex bomb, sex kitten, show-stopper, showstopper, siren call, siren song, stay, subfusc, suit, tease, turn, unappealable, ungenerous, unimpassioned, vamp, vamper, voluptuous, winsomeness

More general:
advert, asking, attractiveness, bespeak, bring up, call for, challenge, cite, judicial proceeding, legal proceeding, mention, name, petition, proceeding, proceedings, quest, refer, request

appealingness, attract, charm, collection, entreaty, ingathering, invoke, prayer, solicitation

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— Nouns for appeal: no., cases, bond, procedures, courts, avalanche, rights, court, procedure, case, bonds, more...

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