archaic terms for a wedding or wedding feast
the act of becoming betrothed or engaged
the act of accepting with approval; favorable reception;
"its adoption by society"
"the proposal found wide acceptance"
- Does anybody see my espousal ring?
- Is there anybody see my espousal ring?
- Many stories have been handed down among the Chinese people about a judge known for his fearless espousal of justice.
- The espousal of a notion of public good, drawing people beyond the personal and consumerist.
- She know that her mother would never accept such an innformal ring, so she keep the secret of her espousal and she wears her ring only on duties.
- This enthusiastic espousal of the private sector and technology has placed Jordan at the centre of a wider Gasoline Chain Saw debate over whether.
- espouse 支持
Political reasons forbid the open espousal of his cause.出自： Horace Walpole