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Espouse (IPA: /ɪˈspaʊs/, /ɪˈspaʊz/)

Espouse (v. t.)

To betroth; to promise in marriage; to give as spouse.

Espouse (v. t.)

To take as spouse; to take to wife; to marry.

Espouse (v. t.)

To take to one's self with a view to maintain; to make one's own; to take up the cause of; to adopt; to embrace.

Espouse Synonyms

Adopt, Follow

Espouse Synonyms

Adopt, Embrace, Sweep Up

Espouse Synonyms

Marry, Get Married, Wed, Conjoin, Get Hitched With, Hook Up With

Espouse Rhymes

Aus, Boughs, Bows, Brows, Browse, Chows, Clowes, Cow's, Cows, Dhows, Dow's, Houghs, Houze, How's, Howe's, Howes, Howse, Howze, Krauze, Mao's, Mows, Now's, Pao's, Plows, Prows, Prowse, Rao's, Rouse, Schmaus, Taos, Thous, Vows, Wow's, Wows, Blouse, Bouse, Brouse, Chaus, Chausse, Clouse, Couse, Crouse, Douse, Dowse, Fouse, Gauss, Grouse, Haus, Hause, Hauss, House, Klaus, Knouse, Kraus, Krauss, Krouse, Laos, Louse, Mouse, Prouse, Schaus, Shouse, Smouse, Spouse, Sprouse, Straus, Strause, Strauss, Strouse, Youse

Allows, Arouse, Avows, Carouse, Endows, Espouse, Espouse

Spanish Translation

Espouse in Spanish is Adoptar

Example Sentence (Quote)

" Eschew Obfuscation! Espouse Elucidation!" - Anonymous

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