Definition of ESPOUSE

to give in marriage <a couple eager to espouse their eldest daughter>
Synonyms espouse, match, wed
to take as a spouse <heeded his father's advice to espouse someone with whom he had common interests>
Synonyms espouse, wed
Near Antonyms separate (from)
Antonyms divorce
to take for one's own use (something originated by another) <after working among them for two years in the Peace Corps, she felt compelled to espouse the peasants' cause for social justice>

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