embrace


embrace
01. The old woman [embraced] each of her grandchildren as they arrived.
02. People around the world have turned against their communist regimes and [embraced] democracy.
03. Everyone cheered and [embraced] each other when the news was announced.
04. He left the Catholic church and [embraced] Buddhism after travelling in the Far East.
05. The little girl shyly [embraced] her teacher and thanked her at the end of the school year.
06. You mustn't be afraid of change; rather, you must welcome it and [embrace] it.
07. She gave her husband a warm [embrace] and wished him a happy birthday.
08. He held her in a tender [embrace] and kissed her softly on the lips.
09. The couple were locked in a passionate [embrace].
10. American culture has [embraced] many customs and values of the people that have immigrated here.
11. The continuity of our society requires that children come to [embrace] societal values as their own.
12. Despite the rise of science and technology, religion lives on into the present, [embraced] by at least a minority in all cultures.
13. The culture of Thailand [embraces] a rich variety of traditions.
14. They [embraced] on the platform before he got on the train.
15. A Russian proverb suggests that if you flatter the mother, you will [embrace] the daughter.
16. A Yiddish proverb notes that the heart is small, yet it [embraces] the whole wide world.
17. Albert Einstein once observed that imagination is more important than knowledge, for knowledge is limited while imagination [embraces] the entire world.
18. Bill Gates recently stated that once you [embrace] unpleasant news not as a negative, but as evidence of a need for change, you aren't defeated by it.
19. Major Michael Davis O'Donnell once wrote, "In that time when men decide and feel safe to call the war insane, take one moment to [embrace] those gentle heroes you left behind."

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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