Three of the most wonderful words in any language. The sounds ring and resonate when spoken and they are my favorites to share!
sounds like: əmˈbrās
hold (someone) closely in one’s arms, especially as a sign of affection.
synonyms: hug, take/hold in one’s arms, hold, cuddle, clasp, squeeze, clutch; More
accept or support (a belief, theory, or change) willingly and enthusiastically.
synonyms: welcome, welcome with open arms, accept, take up, take to one’s heart, adopt; More
an act of holding someone closely in one’s arms.
“they were locked in an embrace”
synonyms: hug, cuddle, squeeze, clinch, caress, clasp; bear hug
“a fond embrace”
an act of accepting or supporting something willingly or enthusiastically.
“their eager embrace of foreign influences”
sounds like: CHānj
verb: change; 3rd person present: changes; past tense: changed; past participle: changed; gerund or present participle: changing
make or become different.
“the ferns began to change shape”
synonyms: alter, make/become different, adjust, adapt, amend, modify, revise, refine; More
noun: change; plural noun: changes; noun: Change; plural noun: Changes
the act or instance of making or becoming different.
sounds like: inˈspī(ə)r/
verb: inspire; 3rd person present: inspires; past tense: inspired; past participle: inspired; gerund or present participle: inspiring
fill (someone) with the urge or ability to do or feel something, especially to do something creative.
synonyms: stimulate, motivate, encourage, influence, rouse, move, stir, energize, galvanize, incite; More
create (a feeling, especially a positive one) in a person.
synonyms: arouse, awaken, prompt, induce, ignite, trigger, kindle, produce, bring out; literaryenkindle
animate someone with (such a feeling).
give rise to.
synonyms: give rise to, lead to, bring about, cause, prompt, spawn, engender;
breathe in (air); inhale.
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