verb (used with object), em·braced, em·brac·ing.
verb (used without object), em·braced, em·brac·ing.
SYNONYMS FOR embrace
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Origin of embrace1
synonym study for embrace
OTHER WORDS FROM embraceem·brace·a·ble, adjectiveem·brace·ment, nounem·brac·er, nounun·em·brace·a·ble, adjective
Definition for embrace (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), em·braced, em·brac·ing.Law.
Origin of embrace2
OTHER WORDS FROM embraceem·brac·er, noun
Example sentences from the Web for embrace
Rather than embrace short-term as a means to expand affordable accommodations along the coast, many jurisdictions have taken a hardline approach to regulating the industry.Cities Are Falling Short on Coastal Access – and Short-Term Rentals Could Help|Philip King and Sarah Jenkins|November 16, 2020|Voice of San Diego
As Leimer explained, the financial services industry may have not fully embraced the idea, but it’s “starting to take notice.”
It embraces your palate in flavors of apricot, pineapple and Seneca Lake’s signature hint of lime zest.Good wine is now being made in most parts of the country. Here’s how to find it.|Dave McIntyre|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
Hogan has embraced science in his response to the coronavirus, supported some environmental measures and called for bipartisan cooperation.Election 2020: Winners and losers from Virginia, Maryland and D.C.|Robert McCartney|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
A focus on financing public-private training platforms that provide alternative pathways to good jobs for those left behind by the technology revolution should be embraced on both sides of the great divide.
And there, in the soft embracement of the bay, a bird with folded wings asleep—the trireme!The Prince of India, Volume I|Lew. Wallace
He had seen the beginning of what promised to be an endless passionate embracement, and at the sight he had fled.Crome Yellow|Aldous Huxley