Definition of embracement in US English:

embracement

noun

  • See embrace

    • ‘He moved forward to her vulnerable neck, she closed her eyes in embracement for the undoubtedly pain to come.’
    • ‘At least the fact that I'm quite stupid means I have an apathetic embracement of failure that is unlikely to ever lead me to self-harm.’
    • ‘I end with a quotation from a text which advocates both embracement and eventual abandonment, attachment and detachment from text.’
    • ‘After a long, rather painful embracement Sara pulled back.’
    • ‘After about 20 minutes of embracement, I sat up and pulled myself away.’

Pronunciation

embracement

/əmˈbrāsmənt//əmˈbreɪsmənt/