تعانق, تبنى, عانق, شمل, إعتنق دينا, طوق, تقبل بسرور, اغتنم, اشتملإعتناق عناق
Noun(1) the act of clasping another person in the arms (as in greeting or affection(2) the state of taking in or encircling(3) a close affectionate and protective acceptance
Verb(1) include in scope; include as part of something broader; have as one's sphere or territory(2) hold (someone(3) take up the cause, ideology, practice, method, of someone and use it as one's own
(1) A kiss and an embrace will mend hurt when it comes from deep inside of you.(2) Before she could comprehend it, his lips were on hers, and she was locked in his embrace .(3) He said the person then started to embrace him while reaching for his wallet.(4) their eager embrace of foreign influences(5) I have come to appreciate warm people who embrace you just because they're happy to see you.(6) Or will we wait for the public sector (famous for its willingness to embrace change rapidly) to simply drive demand?(7) Our embrace is restricted by the wide table separating us, but it's great to feel his powerful arms around me.(8) Does Leland embrace it willingly, or is he merely a pawn of a greater evil?(9) All at once, the group of functionaries simultaneously lock Thatcher in a close embrace , surrounding her from all sides.(10) Her mother cried out, and gave her a deep embrace .(11) Shortly after collapsing into the voluptuous embrace of a velveteen sofa, your body may shut itself down and try to enter a coma.(12) they were locked in an embrace(13) The role of rock singer demands an acceptance if not an embrace of exhibitionism, which necessarily has a narcissistic component that the role encourages.(14) The inhabitants can hang out along the edges of the side balcony, still in the embrace of the house, with a commanding view of surrounding garden and beyond.(15) Such a willing embrace of danceable shenanigans produces something of a dilemma, however.(16) In private the couple is openly affectionate, but when he tries to embrace her in public, she often turns to the side and they bump noses.
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Different Formsembrace, embraceable, embraced, embraces, embracing
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