Take someone in one's arms

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Definition

to take someone in one's arms: to lovingly or affectionately embrace, hug or hold someone
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Examples

  • "When you finish your message with a polite "Tanks", I want nothing more than to take you in my arms and explain to you that a "tank" is in fact a machine of war, a heavily armored combat vehicle armed with a cannon!"

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