other words for how-do-you-do
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
After a timid "How-do-you-do," and a comment on the great heat of the June day, she went back in the house.
He really came to see me; but he would like to say how-do-you-do to you at the same time.
He said how-do-you-do to Mrs. Knolles and to herself, and was presented to the others.
Be civil, say how-do-you-do, shake hands and give her a chair.
"How-do-you-do, sir," he repeated to Natalie in precisely the same tone, gravely shaking hands with her.
And when a man wants to talk like that "how-do-you-do" is as good a catchphrase as the next to keep his tongue discreet.
"I thought I would just come in and say 'how-do-you-do,'" he said, shaking the duke heartily by the hand.
The boys say "how-do-you-do" and try to smile like grown-up folks.
Then he of Clusium would flutter and say, How-do-you-do, in squeaky crow tones.
At the end of it all I felt as if I had got a heavy sort of how-do-you-do smile regularly glued on my face.