welcome

[ wel-kuh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF welcome

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WELCOME

"You are welcome to your opinion," returned Robert, indifferently.

Je suis tres honore—I am very honoured to welcome you, madame.

You are welcome to all the comfort you can find in your present situation.

She would on her part make Aldonza welcome, and had no fears of not agreeing with her.

If these guests were kin of his, they were welcome for his sake.

Mr. Randell, the Chairman of the Perth Municipality, read an address of welcome.

We do not dread, rather do we welcome, their progress in education and industry.

They were face to face, and it was hard to tell to which one of them the other was the least welcome.

At her spontaneous act of welcome a light came into his eyes.

The positive character of this prediction made it very, welcome.

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