But he says not everyone wants to adopt the so-called American style annulment factory.
But consulting this book is a brilliant way for anyone to adopt expert cooking techniques easily.
They decide to adopt a stray cat, Paw Paw, in the hopes that it will fill the void in their relationship.
The Russian government made you go through a lot—and rightly so—to be able to adopt.
The best course for the party is benign, constructive neglect; and the party can afford to adopt this course.
She said—she said you was the only man under the sun who had gone so far as to adopt a step-father-in-law.
In time they adopt codes, standards, preferred types, and fashions.
It may not be possible to adopt Mr. Seth Lows suggestion, but the idea is well worth consideration.
Owen tried to get Congress to adopt his plans for social regeneration.
In his opening speech he declared his resolution to adopt the maxims of the illustrious Hale.
c.1500, a back-formation from adoption or else from Middle French adopter or directly from Latin adoptare "take by choice, choose for oneself, select, choose" (especially a child). Originally in English also of friends, fathers, citizens, etc. Sense of "to legally take as one's own child" and that of "to embrace, espouse" a practice, method, etc. are from c.1600. Related: Adopted; adopting.