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throw yourself on somebody’s mercy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthrow yourself on somebody’s mercythrow yourself on somebody’s mercyFORGIVEto ask someone to help you or forgive you when you are in a very bad situation mercy
Examples from the Corpus
throw yourself on somebody’s mercyFor a craven moment she was tempted to go back and throw herself on the mercy of the landlady.You're so sweet I just wanted to throw myself on your mercy and beg you to help me.I would throw myself on the mercy of the circuit-house, usually reserved for traveling politicians and sundry bigwigs.
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