English words and Examples of Usage

use "embrace" in a sentence

To get there, we need to stop the nonsense and embrace the future.

Chinese love British culture but will they embrace Prince William?

Most of those who embrace such beliefs are young men, but not all.

However, there is one aspect of Pakjesavond that I did not embrace.

Bratton’s embrace of broken-windows policing is more controversial.

People are more ready now to embrace this type of film than before.

I have learned how to embrace how complicated being Latina can feel.

But embrace the deal, and he’ll be accused of selling out his people.

Accept it and embrace it and find the benefits that can come from it.

Every individual, from top to bottom, needs to embrace it, and act on it.

Verdin said he hopes "we continue to embrace each other in disagreement."

Most House Democrats oppose fast track but embrace the retraining program.

Like Zonoobi, most say true belief prompted their embrace of Christianity.

You also don't have to embrace Apple's fitness model if you don't want to.

Years of flirting with relegation look like becoming a full-blown embrace.

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