[em-brey-suh-ree] /ɛmˈbreɪ sə ri/
noun, plural embraceries. Law.
an attempt to influence a judge or jury by corrupt means, as by bribery, threats, or promises.
(criminal law) the offence of attempting by corrupt means to influence a jury or juror, as by bribery or threats
[em-breys] /ɛmˈbreɪs/ verb (used with object), embraced, embracing. 1. to take or clasp in the arms; press to the bosom; hug. 2. to take or receive gladly or eagerly; accept willingly: to embrace an idea. 3. to avail oneself of: to embrace an opportunity. 4. to adopt (a profession, a religion, etc.): to embrace Buddhism. […]
[em-brey-siv] /ɛmˈbreɪ sɪv/ adjective 1. thoroughly or encompassing. 2. given to or caressing.
[em-branch-muh nt, -brahnch-] /ɛmˈbræntʃ mənt, -ˈbrɑntʃ-/ noun 1. a or ramification. 2. a . /ɪmˈbrɑːntʃmənt/ noun 1. the process of branching out, esp by a river 2. a branching out or ramification, as of a river or mountain range
[em-brang-guh l] /ɛmˈbræŋ gəl/ verb (used with object), embrangled, embrangling. 1. to embroil. /ɪmˈbræŋɡəl/ verb 1. (transitive) (rare) to confuse or entangle