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Spell Check of espouse

Correct spelling: espouse

Common misspellings for espouse:

  • expouse (67%)
  • aspouse (33%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Examples of usage for espouse:

  1. England has been reared on the principle of freedom, and could never be brought, M. Say might not unreasonably conclude, to espouse the opposite principle of State socialism, unless the national character underwent a radical change. "Contemporary Socialism" , John Rae.
  2. Yea, so almost universally have I met with the sympathy of those gentlemen that I have freely conversed with on this subject, that I cherish the firm conviction, that our whole enlightened government would " en masse," espouse the principles I defend, and grant all, and even more than I ask for married woman, could they but see the subject in the light those now do, whom I have conversed with on this subject. "Marital Power Exemplified in Mrs. Packard's Trial, and Self-Defence from the Charge of Insanity" , Elizabeth Parsons Ware Packard.

Quotes for espouse:

  1. The history of progress is written in the blood of men and women who have dared to espouse an unpopular cause, as, for instance, the black man's right to his body, or woman's right to her soul. - Emma Goldman
  2. I do not espouse the unitarian position. President Clinton's assertion of directive authority over administration, more than President Reagan's assertion of a general supervisory authority, raises serious constitutional questions. - Elena Kagan
  3. Most people, no doubt, when they espouse human rights, make their own mental reservations about the proper application of the word human. - Suzanne Lafollette