embracement embracement


  • (n) the act of clasping another person in the arms (as in greeting or affection)



  1. The more appealing the Soviet Union is, the better chance there is for foreign embracement of communist ideologies.
  2. I find forgiveness and embracement.


  • Deepti Navaratna releases 'Ka'

    Deepti Navaratna has released her latest album Ka . Navaratna fully embraces her roots and culture, that embracement is clearly expressed in her musical style and with every note on Ka . read more
    on December 17, 2013     Source: TheCelebrityCafe.com


  1. "This has been the stage to sort of prove myself over the years. It started with lack of acceptance and has grown to a wonderful embracement, and on both parts. I think I started off a little unsure about playing here, and I grew into loving this...
    on Aug 26, 2006 By: Andre Agassi Source: ESPN

  2. "I did think about all the embracement Sosa and McGwire had, as far as fans, sportswriters all across the country," Aaron said softly. "McGwire, every time he hit a home run, he was able to embrace his son. I wasn't able to do that. Yes, I...
    on Jun 25, 2007 By: Hank Aaron Source: Newsday

  3. "The innovation and the knowledge-culture is nothing but competitive embracement of technology, where we just have a mindset, we have a gene pool where our young people can do very well in technology," Ambani said.
    on Mar 8, 2009 By: Dhirubhai Ambani Source: Economic Times

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