Examples of espousal in a Sentence
the expected espousal of the Hollywood actor and the singing superstar should attract the elite of show business
considering how long her previous marriage lasted, she'd be wise to have an extended espousal
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And Democrats are concerned that President Donald Trump's nomination of Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court is a reward for his espousal of presidential powers.
Her espousal of Black radical politics, among the few candidates in the country to do so, has not hindered her political success.
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ESPOUSAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of espousal for English Language Learners
: the act of expressing support for a cause or belief : the act of espousing something
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