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Synonyms for embrace

Synonyms for embrace

to put one's arms around affectionately

to receive (something given or offered) willingly and gladly

to take, as another's idea, and make one's own

the act of embracing

Synonyms for embrace

the act of clasping another person in the arms (as in greeting or affection)

the state of taking in or encircling

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a close affectionate and protective acceptance

squeeze (someone) tightly in your arms, usually with fondness

take up the cause, ideology, practice, method, of someone and use it as one's own

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Rural companies have to outsmart rather than outspend the giants," he said, adding that the first step is "realizing that it's their [the rural telco's] image that makes them embraceable and impressive enough to allow them in the customer's door.
In short, it's likeable and embraceable and not at all chaotic, unlike other practitioners in the field of the largely inexplicable.
Alternatively (and this seems more likely), they may believe that Stupidus is a welcome and embraceable addition to the fauna of the island, with his devil-may-care attitude and laudable desire for the redistribution of his considerable wealth providing a fine complement to the timidity of some of the existing creatures.
While Europeans may value our blue jeans and fast food, you will discover that their way of life is just as embraceable.
Gershwin's other masterpieces include I Got Rhythm, Let's Call the Whole Thing Off, Rhapsody in Blue, Embraceable You and the folk opera Porgy and Bess.
Fools Rush In, Over The Rainbow, Blue Skies, The Sunshine Of Your Smile, These Foolish Days, These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You), Embraceable You, Without A Song, You Do Something To Me, The Night We Called It A Day, plus 10 other great tracks.
However, many kinds of morbidity existing in the study population tended to be more embraceable in the WHO concept of "work-related" disease, rather than the narrower concept of "occupational" disease (Jeyaratnam, 1992).
While his counsel was more specifically directed to the managers and board members of smaller companies, the advice is certainly embraceable for directors of larger companies, too.
This account of philosophy does not include exhortation and does not imply that the activity is embraceable by all.
The theme of the Recommended 1990 RPA Program, "Rounding Out Multiple Use," is readily embraceable by both politicians and the public.
LA Phil LIVE: Gustavo Dudamel and Herbie Hancock Celebrate Gershwin , pre-recorded from the LA Phil's 2011-12 season Opening Night Concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall, includes some of the composer's best-loved works including the Cuban Overture, An American in Paris, and Rhapsody in Blue, as well as intimate improvisations by Hancock of Embraceable You and Someone to Watch Over Me.
Also, Soma will donate $1 for every Embraceable Pajama separate (up to $20,000) and Boston Proper will donate 25% of the net proceeds of any purchase of their Fearlessly Feminine Tee (up to $10,000) to CMN Hospitals through the month of May.
The programme was packed with big numbers like Shall We Dance, Begin the Beguine, Embraceable You and Dancing in the Dark, while Anton and Faye Huddleston danced a beautiful foxtrot to Music of the Night.