Sentence for espouse | Use espouse in a sentence

Espouse sentence examples. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use espouse in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for espouse.

  • The maids of his Church do not espouse her foes. (10)
  • Only she would never have stipulated for an average to espouse Diana. (10)
  • Her reluctance to espouse the man she was plighted to would cease to be uttered, cease to be felt. (10)
  • Thither my evil fate propelled me, where accident was ready to espouse it and breed me mortifications innumerable. (10)
  • They utter contempt of Camillo, who is this day to be Pontifically divorced from his wife to espouse the detested Michiella. (10)

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Definition of espouse:

  • espouse, es-powz’, v.t. to give in marriage: to take as spouse: to wed: to take with a view to maintain: to embrace, as a cause. | ns. espous’al, the act of espousing or betrothing: the taking upon one’s self, as a cause: (_pl._) a contract or mutual promise of marriage; espous’er. (0)

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