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Definition of "embraced" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of embrace. (verb)

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Use "embraced" in a sentence
  • "In Los Angeles and Beverly Hills where many other very wealthy Iranian-Americans were quick to forget their heritage, Bijan and his name embraced it."
  • ""I'm a maverick, he's a maverick, wouldn't you like to be a maverick, too?" offered Michael Burke of Silver Spring, Md., in his entry for the label embraced by unsuccessful Republican presidential candidate John McCain."
  • "Uh-huh, if you haven't figured it out, and just in case you thought the pic above to be sexist as it takes shots at "big girls" a term embraced by overweight women I might add, you're dead ass wrong."