Espousal [noun]

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General Lee's flight was a sad ending to his earnest hopes and faithful espousal of the cause which he believed right.

They have embraced the Christian religion, and appear devout in their espousal of Christian doctrines.

Punch's espousal of the cause of Dreyfus became increasingly vehement and provocative.

His espousal of the cause of Edgar the Atheling led the Conqueror to regard him with suspicion.

She was convinced, in her own mind, that the Honorable Atkins had some hidden motive for his espousal of the Thomas cause.

To Nan Ellis, Julian's espousal of the cause of the stranger within the gate was as music in the ear and as honey in the mouth.

Young Conrad's birthday was fixed for his espousal, and Manfred's impatience for this ceremonial was marked by everyone.

In her hot espousal of Lady Constance's cause she had only saved one woman at the expense of another—Oh!

His espousal of the cause of the enemies of Virginia made the planters regard him as a traitor.

Malcolm did not meet with much encouragement from the few to whom he thought fit to confide the conditions of his espousal.