Origin of adoption
Related Words for adoptionenactment, acceptance, ratification, maintenance, endorsement, approval, selection, appropriation, confirmation, support, choice, embracement, following, approbation, assumption, espousal, embracing, fosterage, raising
Examples from the Web for adoption
Contemporary Examples of adoption
The children found a new family after a home study was done and the adoption was completed in court.Judge: Rehoming Kids Is Trafficking
December 30, 2014
They are for corporations like Hobby Lobby, and vast hospital networks, and, yes, adoption agencies.Do LGBTs Owe Christians an Olive Branch? Try The Other Way Around
December 14, 2014
Thus the adoption of any particular verb is a matter of taste, not a question of absolute correctness.Go Ahead, End With a Preposition: Grammar Rules We All Can Live With
November 3, 2014
On the other hand, Pertman says, adoption is not just about placing children.
There is wide consensus among attorneys that adoptive parents can vacate an adoption if acts of fraud were committed.
Historical Examples of adoption
The signing did not take place for several weeks after its adoption.The Nation in a Nutshell
George Makepeace Towle
Railroad regulation does not require the adoption of any new principle of law.The Railroad Question
Three criticisms of the Territorial system have been made ever since its adoption in 1907.With Manchesters in the East
Gerald B. Hurst
He studied the great routes of the world, and the causes of their adoption.
The law of adoption relating to Temple women does not apply to them.Lotus Buds
mid-14c., from Old French adopcion or directly from Latin adoptionem (nominative adoptio), noun of action from past participle stem of adoptare "chose for oneself, take by choice, select, adopt," especially "to take into a family, adopt as a child," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + optare "choose, wish, desire" (see option (n.)).