from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of marrying; wedding; espousal; marriage.
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- verb Present participle of
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Venting: Mary Harvey, the ex-wife of comedian Steve Harvey, who this weekend posted a series of lengthy YouTube videos accusing the radio host and new "Family Feud" host of cheating, chintzing, and all-around bad-spousing.
Find the magic balance between marketing, writing, parenting and spousing.
Under the loving discipline of his parents he further appropriates his identity as a son and brother and now, in seminary, moves toward e spousing the church and this vocation's inevitable paternal fulfillment.
I don't usually read Burgas 'columns because of his highly sarcastic tone - it's sometimes hard to tell if he's serious, or half-serious, or just kidding, or actually spousing the OPPOSITE of what he seems to be.
'Bed and spousing' - investors sell their investments or assets, then their spouse or civil partner buy them back, which means the gain materialises for the seller and any future gain is in the spouse's name and both of the couple are utilising their annual CGT exemptions.
Can anyone imagine this Pope, or any Pope for that matter, spousing birth control?