Finally he disappeared, and, as it seems, embraced the profession of a sailor.
The two embraced, then Grace passed Kathleen on to Patience.
Then he embraced her gently, took her in his arms, and carried her up to her room.
The ground, embraced by the spurs, was filled with crops of maize and barley.
"Oh, my dear," she said, clasping the novel with one hand while she embraced him with the other.
Vivian embraced her with a tenderness which he had never before felt.
As soon as the Shunammite came to Elisha, she fell at his feet and embraced them.
(hine) be healse ge-nam (clasped him around the neck, embraced him), 1873.
With a supreme effort he pulled himself together and embraced the girl.
The latter was no sooner visible, than Rigaud rushed at him and embraced him boisterously.