The light and warmth and the Count's courteous welcome
seemed to have dissipated all my doubts and fears.
And the idle Fairies, with thankful words, took the garments from her, and then with Bud went forth to Fairy-Land, and stood with beating hearts before the gates; where crowds of Fairy friends came forth to welcome them.
These things must I do; but when the flowers bloom again I will be with you, to welcome back our friends from over the sea.
Yes, dear Bud, we will gladly toil among the roots, that the fair flowers may wear their gayest robes to welcome you.
He had sent him out with horses and chariots into battle, but his return he was not to welcome.
I tended him as a plant in a goodly garden and sent him with his ships to Ilius to fight the Trojans, but never shall I welcome him back to the house of Peleus.
I have sent messengers to summon all of Dorothy's old friends to meet her and give her welcome
, and they ought to arrive very soon, now.
Well, you and your wife and your little chit of a daughter are welcome to him so far as we are concerned, aren't they, Flossie?
Glad to see you back again, Julie," he said, ignoring her mother's outstretched hand and beaming smile of welcome.
Can you not see that we are not welcome, that he wishes us gone?
Before long the cavalcade arrived at the royal palace, where a great crowd of people had gathered to welcome
their Queen and her ten children.
Such a person as this was certain to find a welcome
at Mr Allworthy's table, to whom misfortunes were ever a recommendation, when they were derived from the folly or villany of others, and not of the unfortunate person himself.
You are welcome
to occupy the place during my absence in any way you wish.
While I was thus engaged, Ernest entered: he had heard me arrive, and hastened to welcome me: "Welcome, my dearest Victor," said he.
I saw unhappiness deeply impressed on his countenance, but he endeavoured to welcome me cheerfully; and, after we had exchanged our mournful greeting, would have introduced some other topic than that of our disaster, had not Ernest exclaimed, "Good God, papa