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adjective as in welcomed

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We ate snacks and listened to music and played with her dog, and whenever someone tried on a new outfit they were greeted with a chorus of affirmation and applause.

Two weeks later, Jan Morris flew back to England, where she was greeted by Elizabeth.

He greeted them with a smile on his face and a dead horseshoe crab dangling from his hand.

As I broke through a murky surface layer of river water into the blue gulf water beneath, I was greeted by two amberjacks swimming straight toward me.

It’s fair to say that whatever Sucker Punch does next, it’ll be greeted just as warmly as they’ve made us feel with “Ghost of Tsushima.”

In contrast, Boehner's leadership team filed into his ceremonial office and greeted the teary newly-elected Speaker with hugs.

Ramos would help set the tone of the day when he greeted the arriving students outside the school.

Team Christie has greeted the committee's news with somewhat predictable gloating.

It appears that even the president sensed his announcement would be greeted with skepticism.

Indeed, he was greeted by his constituents as something of a household god.

He was greeted by hoots and jeers, but with absolute imperturbability he reorganised his forces and checked the enemy.

The populace was greatly excited, and a crowded house greeted his appearance.

He put out his hand in the most cordial and friendly way, and greeted me with the most winning smile in the world.

Whereat, he stepped to one side, and led upon the stage, a charming blonde who was greeted profusely.

The Elder arrived the next morning, and after being greeted by the family, with Glavis, went at once to a white attorney.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to greeted, such as: accepted, and taken in.

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