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  1. an uncommon variant of embrace1.

Origin of embracement

First recorded in 1480–90; embrace1 + -ment

Words Nearby embracement

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How to use embracement in a sentence

  • And there, in the soft embracement of the bay, a bird with folded wings asleep—the trireme!

  • He had seen the beginning of what promised to be an endless passionate embracement, and at the sight he had fled.

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