Antonyms for greeting

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I pray you, Alleyne, to give him greeting from me, and to ask him for his titles and coat-armor.

So, he disregarded Gilder's greeting, and went on speaking to the son.

It would be well, perchance, that you should give him greeting from me.

They did not speak beyond their greeting, until he had gone over the record.

The good lady, oblivious to the humorous side of her greeting, flushed in anger.

She had gone in to do some shopping, she explained, after Crane's greeting.

"If you will ride in a hammock, you ought to teach your men to shoot," was Kingozi's greeting.

They were greeting with great formality my fair companion of the night before!

He stood on the hearthrug in big, roomy boots, and uttered no word of greeting.

Greeting me, however, cheerfully and politely, she at once entered into conversation.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English greting "salutation," verbal noun from gretan (see greet). Related: Greetings. First record of greeting card is from 1876.

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