greet

All Verb Noun
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  • And if you greet only your brothers, what more are you doing than others?
  • News from home and loved ones greets you before these new-found friends do! Cited from Little Journeys to the Homes of American Statesmen, by Elbert Hubbard
  • She greets him and tells him that she knew he was following her.
  • People still visit each others houses and greet each other on various occasions.
  • A woman goes to bring her son to the shore to greet her husband.
  • International students can attend social events to meet and greet other students.
  • They greet family members at the door and will follow familiar people around the house.
  • They say they don't know him well but greet him when he passes by.
  • He would frequently meet with political figures but would always greet them seated.
  • Living in the East they would be the first people to greet the sun each morning.
  • The good greets us initially in every experience and in every object. Cited from The Life of Reason, by George Santayana
  • The mother's opened arms seem to greet this strong new man as much as her children.
  • The band was scheduled for a meet and greet where no one showed up.
  • Under this tradition, students are suggested to greet one another upon passing on campus.
  • Stand in the center and look which way you will, something grand or beautiful greets the eye. Cited from Paris: With Pen and Pencil, by David W. Bartlett
  • The two meet and greet each other, and quickly become friends.
  • O, what shall I say to our mother, Who greets to see me there? Cited from Ballads, by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • He encouraged his spiritual children to greet these images when they entered a room.
  • We greet the day with head held high, And forward ever is our cry.
  • If he has a high amount of honor, other characters will usually greet him and feel safe around him.
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Meaning of greet

  • verb Express greetings upon meeting someone
  • verb Send greetings to
  • verb React to in a certain way
    The President was greeted with catcalls
  • verb Be perceived by
    Loud music greeted him when he entered the apartment