Antonyms for cold-shouldered

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That was the night they'd cold-shouldered him, and put Libby up to run for Mayor.

It was better to bask as a Marquis in the sunshine of the south than to be cold-shouldered as a plebeian in stately Castile.

“You saw a raw deal, and stood for it, when you saw the Lorrigans cold-shouldered out of the dance,” Belle flashed at him.

Would he be cold-shouldered at the clubs, and treated as one whose hands were red with blood?

The outsider, I held forth, was not given a chance; the young writer with fresh ideas was cold-shouldered.

He began to be cold-shouldered, and towards the end of the holidays his society was as much as possible dispensed with.