Thesaurus / salute

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One of the more enduring items in the company’s collection is a cotton T-shirt with the word “AMATEUR” confidently emblazoned across the chest—a salute to runners who are doing it “for the love.”
This salute to extra pandemic pounds features Big Lotto and is a party anthem that will make you crank up the volume and turn up in your own free time.
School officials denounced the fraternity’s previous use of the salute but said it was not a factor in the suspension.
He never failed, after this, to salute me with the sound described in the first chapter.
When they reached his city, they fired a salute, for Fair Brow had arrived with his wife, the wealthiest gentleman in the world.
ITALIAN POPULAR TALESTHOMAS FREDERICK CRANE
The great man smiled, but did not salute, on account of the firearms hindering him.
TARTARIN OF TARASCONALPHONSE DAUDET
Much simpler and more touching is the sight of the soldiers presenting arms, and all the officers with their swords at the salute.
During the firing of the salute on the Galatea a sailor was blown overboard.
The two young men stood stiff at the salute as Hadrian drew near.

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