Espouse in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Espouse

to support an idea, belief, or principle

Examples of Espouse in a sentence

People who espouse the Paleo diet claim that they feel better and it’s much easier to control their weight. 🔊

Although the reviews were rather harsh, Emma had the grace to espouse the criticism and try to improve her performance.  🔊

Although most scientists espouse the Big Bang Theory for the beginning of the universe, there is still no absolute proof of how we got here. 🔊

While most parents would like their children to espouse the same value system as they do, today’s young people are typically very independent-minded and prefer to follow their own path.  🔊

Just when you think that civilization has finally become enlightened, the media report some horrible crime committed by someone in an organization whose members espouse a doctrine of hate.  🔊

According to the film about Abraham Lincoln, he had an uphill battle in getting members of Congress to espouse his views on the emancipation of slaves.  🔊

I think most voters espouse the principles that the candidate is including in his platform, so he is almost a shoo-in to win the election.  🔊

If you espouse the beliefs of Buddhism, you are not attached to material things.  🔊

I was very surprised when I heard about all the important people in this city who espouse the Tea Party movement.  🔊

Even though you’re my best friend, I can’t espouse your radical views on the death sentence.  🔊

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