from The Century Dictionary.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb obsolete See
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We have got to embace what ever it takes to make the changes we must have.
Obama's embrace of this FISA Bill is not conservative precisely because conservatives do not usually like government control or Big Bother looking over their shoulders so would have no reason to embace wiretapping, and in this Rove and Bush tried to rewrite the book on conservative or call it neo-conservative think.
I am beginning to see the Arab world's embace of political Islam as less a rejection of western modernity than a search for something more wholesome than Madison Avenue or Washington currently offer.
"Jesus would say to embrace all life and even embace those that choose to have an abortion."
It's time is coming, so be prepared to embace, and enjoy them.