Embraced [verb]

Definition of Embraced:

hold tightly in one's arms

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Sentence/Example of Embraced:

She embraced Otteline; and gave him her hand to kiss, with repeated expressions of future confidence in the husband of her friend.

He was between the wheels when we stopped, and I planted a crutch on one of his bare feet and embraced him.

In the beginning it only embraced nine companies, and six people were enough to do its work.

On the impulse he embraced her, and in the darkness found her lips, and the kiss was like a soul touch.

Aristide leaped, in his unexpected fashion, from his chair and almost embraced him.

Santa Cruz embraced him, with more agitation than his stately mien might have announced.

Georgie's eyes were full of tears as her husband embraced her for the last time.

She held out her arms, and Agnes felt herself being embraced and kissed.

The magnitude, and variety, and demands of the objects embraced by it, define the times necessary for engaging in it.

They that were fed delicately have died in the streets: they that were brought up in scarlet have embraced the dung.