Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I've noticed he usually gets the glad hand, compared to what I get.

What Pinckney says seemed to be rules and regulations there, so Rajah and I got the glad hand after that.

"And maybe we won't get the glad hand when we get over there," murmured Bart.

But the glad hand he gave me started me on the road to ruin.

I got the glad hand and an invitation to join in some good graft.

He had a glad hand and a smile for the public—because it was the public.

Garret had halted and was smilingly giving O'Malley the glad hand.

Practical Politics: The glad hand, and a swift kick in the pants.

"We'll have a look at him, anyway, before we give him the glad hand," Jerry temporized.

They gave me the glad hand, and asked me if I was going to be the bouncer; if so, I could count on them.