embracing[ em-breys ]SEE DEFINITION OF embracing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBRACING
The whole theatre would know that he had been embracing the girl!
It admits of but one attribution, and that embracing an identical proposition.
Do you suppose there is any hope of your embracing the Faith?
We were all embracing each other, and shedding tears of joy.
Was it reasonable to keep on quarreling when the whole village was embracing?
But he ended by embracing the tyranny of kings—even as you and I, if we have the power.
He had fallen upon Marc Antoine's neck, and was embracing him.
He was delighted to have my billet, and embracing me, he thanked me a thousand times.
"Poltroonery, I say," he repeated, embracing the whole company in his glance.
Mysa said as Chebron, after embracing her, sat down on the cushion beside her.