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Sentence count:23+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-08-18Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: adoptconjoinembracefollowget hitched withget marriedhook up withmarrysweep upwedSimilar words: spousebespokerespondresponseon the spottablespoonrespondentcorrespondentMeaning: [ɪ'spaʊz]  v. 1. choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans 2. take in marriage 3. take up the cause, ideology, practice, method, of someone and use it as one's own. 
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1 Vegetarianism is one cause she does not espouse.
2 Followers of the sect espouse pure love and nonviolence.
3 You espouse democratic participation in design.
4 Politicians espouse it; government departments ignore it at their peril.
5 The people of Holy Trinity espouse similar values in the face of an unpersuaded Catholic hierarchy.
6 Thus, the Amish espouse the best of both conservative and liberal values.
7 So those who espouse equal opportunity need to elaborate its purpose.
8 Y., so eager to espouse other causes, has thus far been uncharacteristically low key and ineffective.
9 In fact, the opposition movements, whatever cause they espouse, use them widely to push their propaganda.
10 He did not espouse a theory of contingent duties vesting subsequently to careless acts.
11 "We espouse gender equality in all other aspects of life, and it is an anomaly that in the rules relating to the highest public officer we continue to enshrine male superiority, " Cameron wrote.
12 Today, astronomers espouse the theory that comets spawn the swarms.
13 We espouse gender equality in all other aspects of life,(www.Sentencedict.com) and it is an anomaly that in the rules relating to the highest public office we continue to enshrine male superiority.
14 Some teachers enthusiastically espouse the benefits to be gained from educational software.
15 And there was the great Lord Byron, a powerful name, a man well known to espouse the cause of freedom.
16 Until recently women have had a struggle to get the unions to espouse their interests.
17 But they, too, have been disrupted, and moderates are turning on those who espouse violence.
18 When nations breach agreed international norms, the countries who espouse those norms must be convinced to band together to enforce them.
19 Meanwhile, managers from the 11 South Korean companies operating there espouse the advantages of the zone.
20 The army accuses the former separatists'party , Partai Aceh, of continuing to espouse independence.
21 People shelve the out - of - fashion moral icon and espouse the philosophy of egoism.
22 Don't tell off-color jokes, reveal company secrets, gossip about co-workers or espouse your views on race, religion or the boss' personality.
23 You don't have to swallow every dumbass thing they espouse.
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