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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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Ross was an early embracer of the concept of our turbine discussion roundtables, serving as an early co-leader of the GE Roundtable and leader of the Mitsubishi-Gamesa Roundtable.
I can work in whatever paradigm I choose--psychoanalytic, magical, spiritual, whatever, It's really not about whether cultural systems "explain" scientific theory or vice versa--I'm dead against either-ors; I'm a great embracer of complexity, g rayness, fuzzy logic.
In A Writer's Notebook, he argues that Prometheus is the freedom-loving rebel made from unconquerable courage, while Christ is the embracer of suffering whose greatest achievement seems to be a resigned acceptance of his own tortured death.
Relaxor now features two infomercials on two different massager products in the company's Embracer Series -- the cervical neck and shoulder massager and the lower back and belt massager with heat.
The new Embracer series includes three massagers for the back, lower neck and lumbar and neck and shoulder areas.
HRH the Prime Minister receives senior officials: Investors who have chosen Bahrain as the embracer of their investments are very welcome.
According to NAPHIA Board Member, Laura Bennett, President & Chief Embracer of Embrace Pet Insurance, "While the North American Pet Health Insurance Association does not dictate the care provided by veterinarians, we still share concern for the alarming lack of care being received by our cats.
CAHe conveyed the greetings Goys president Hisham Al Jowder to club members and affiliates, noting that they are so keen to overcome the obstacles facing the construction process of the new premises, and directed the specialists to work on fostering a suitable atmosphere for the clubs to become an eligible embracer to Bahrain sporting talents.
The Ventor Embracer System is not currently available in the USA for clinical trials or for commercialization.
HRH the Prime Minister described the Al-FAteh Gathering as a national melting pot for all components of the Bahraini people and shall remain forever embracer for everybody as it was born to thrive and not merely incidentally.
He has also written "The Embracer," "Shaya," "Alternating Worlds," and "Workshop of the Second Self.
An early embracer of e-business, Bayer's initiatives include forming industry e-business consortia and BayerONE, Bayer's own e-business portal.
It's an idea that Catholic fans of subsidiarity and embracers of solidarity can both support.
Embracers, the study argues, believe sustainability is core to their business.