welcome

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • They were, however, welcome to perform without taking part in the competition itself.
  • Places were set at the dinner table or by the fire to welcome them.
  • They remained in the same house throughout their lives, where the children were always welcome to return.
  • They found a house and were welcomed in by the young man who lived there.
  • As they walk, they sing their song to welcome the coming of summer.
  • When he made his return to China, he was given a grand welcome by his family.
  • Finally, he resigned from the army because he was no longer welcome.
  • It was very welcome after a trying day on the road.
  • The century almost brought less welcome changes to the park.
  • It serves as the official welcome center and colonial-era living history museum.
  • In particular he was a general who welcomed new ideas and technology and quickly put them into action.
  • She welcomes him and he tells her that they should be together.
  • This would serve as a signal that a personal visit and meeting at home would be welcome.
  • Initially, they were welcomed, and their excellent views made them popular living places.
  • It welcomes people to come to whatever parts of our programs that interest them.
  • Although some residents welcomed them into the community, there was also opposition.
  • This has generally been welcomed as a positive development for the region.
  • For this reason, he was not welcome in the United Kingdom for several years.
  • In nearly five decades of work, Welcome House has placed over five thousand children.
  • Her parents return and find her hiding, and they welcome her in for the night.
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Meaning of welcome

  • noun The state of being welcome
    don't outstay your welcome
  • noun A greeting or reception
    the proposal got a warm welcome
  • verb Accept gladly
    I welcome your proposals
  • verb Bid welcome to; greet upon arrival
  • verb Receive someone, as into one's house
  • adjective Giving pleasure or satisfaction or received with pleasure or freely granted
    a welcome relief, a welcome guest, made the children feel welcome, you are welcome to join us