Thesaurus / espouse


By itself, this is a problematic position for a former president to hold, much less to espouse publicly.A VIVID REMINDER THAT THE THREAT TO AMERICAN DEMOCRACY REMAINSPHILIP BUMPMARCH 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Gwen Whiting and Lindsey Boyd, co-founders of The Laundress, espouse a similar approach to eco-friendly laundry soaps and care.YOU KNOW WHAT ELSE YOU’RE DOING WRONG? LAUNDRY. DON’T WORRY, A NEW BOOK OFFERS HOPE.JOHN KENNEYMARCH 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Views espoused by an extremist at CPAC merely reinforce the views of other extremists.THERE’S NOTHING CONSERVATIVE ABOUT CPACMICHAEL GERSONFEBRUARY 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A year later, at least one person who had espoused the same views would win a seat in Congress.HOUSE PUNISHES REPUBLICAN LAWMAKER WHO PROMOTED VIOLENT CONSPIRACY THEORIESTAYLOR HATMAKERFEBRUARY 5, 2021TECHCRUNCH
This is the time when he was in correspondence with Modeste Mignon and wished to espouse that rich heiress.REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
He regretted that she should espouse the cause of this foreigner.A GERMAN POMPADOURMARIE HAY
He was to proceed to France, espouse the bride in the king's name, and convey her to England.MARGARET OF ANJOUJACOB ABBOTT.
The birds at length espouse his cause, assemble their forces, and bear him as their commander above the sky.THE SCIENCE OF FAIRY TALESEDWIN SIDNEY HARTLAND
Catharine first wrote that Anjou "condescended" to marry Elizabeth; presently, that "he desired infinitely to espouse her."HISTORY OF THE RISE OF THE HUGUENOTSHENRY BAIRD
They are hearty Friends, and warm Protectors of those whose Interests they espouse.THE MEMOIRS OF CHARLES-LEWIS, BARON DE POLLNITZ, VOLUME IKARL LUDWIG VON PLLNITZ


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