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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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Fifty-six percent of risk embracers were millennials, and 67% were male.
The study results found that Embracer corporations tended to be large global or regional companies and in resource-intensive industries.
This compares with 66 percent of day-to-day embracers, 65 percent of cautious clock-watchers and 35 percent of doubters.
Additionally, the report states, self-actualizers and day-to-day embracers are most likely to equate retirement with creative pursuits (73 percent and 79 percent, respectively).
As polarized as these two parties seem to be, there is one issue that continues to unite them, regardless of party affiliation (embracers or resisters): forced or involuntary treatment (people held against their will in hospital or short-term crisis settings, medicated against their will, physically restrained, court ordered to attend treatment, etc.).
We all need to rise to this challenge regardless of our status as embracers or resisters.
GE and other embracers of video-on-demand still have major avenues to cross to get a viable platform up and running:
In a recent article in this journal, Belenky (1999) classified former presidents into six categories: still ambitious, exhausted volcanoes, political dabblers, first citizens, embracers of a cause, and seekers of vindication.
Louis); and (3) the Embracers Model used by teams that viewed television as a force that would build fan interest, increasing box office receipts.
For it is the embracers who most easily become the shapers.
Early embracers of these trends will gain a strategic advantage in the competition for market share.
Sri Sri praised the Bahraini leadership's initiative and keenness on hosting such conferences that bring together the embracers of various beliefs and civilisations under one roof.
Each can appropriately be placed into one of the following six categories: Still Ambitious, Exhausted Volcanoes, Political Dabblers, First Citizens, Embracers of a Cause, and Seekers of Vindication.
Manama: April 6 -- (BNA): The Governor of the Capital Governorate, Shaikh Hisham bin Abdul-Rahman Al Khalifa, affirmed that the reform initiatives of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa have placed Bahrain on the map of proponents and embracers of global peace and security.