Pronunciation of Espouse
/ɛspˈa͡ʊs/, /ɛspˈaʊs/, /ɛ_s_p_ˈaʊ_s/
Antonyms for espouse:
Usage examples for espouse:
- When the police had been dispersed, the Cossacks and soldiers begged the people to move on, but they, especially the young women students who were numerous, went up to them and pleaded with them to espouse their cause. - "The Russian Revolution; The Jugo-Slav Movement", Alexander Petrunkevitch, Samuel Northrup Harper, Frank Alfred Golder, Robert Joseph Kerner.
- History and romance alike had their share in its annals, and its title- deeds went back to the autumnal days of 1581, when the Duke of Anjou came over from France to England with a royal train of noblemen and gentlemen in the hope to espouse the greatest monarch of all time, " the most renowned and victorious" Queen Elizabeth, whose reign has clearly demonstrated to the world how much more ably a clever woman can rule a country than a clever man, if she is left to her own instinctive wisdom and prescience. - "Innocent Her Fancy and His Fact", Marie Corelli.