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greet

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accept gladly

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  • accept gladly
  • appreciate
  • embrace
  • approve of
  • be pleased by
  • give the thumbs up to
  • be glad about
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an expression, in words or gestures, marking a meeting of persons

to address in a friendly and respectful way

to receive (something given or offered) willingly and gladly

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the state of being welcome

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accept gladly

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bid welcome to

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receive someone, as into one's house

giving pleasure or satisfaction or received with pleasure or freely granted

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Throughout the summer, the Weston Welcomers and Rangers service organises a programme of entertainments and events for kids in the town's parks and on the beach.
"Many adjust well, but others have difficulties." He recommends that schools assign "peer welcomers" to new students.
Their eagerness to serve is carried out as welcomers, choir members, and volunteer workers of the Canadian church." (88) What this means, according to Susan Brigham, is that it is a "Filipino's nature not to respond in a confrontational manner" but to handle conflict quietly and at a suitable time.
'Many of our cathedral welcomers are already trained in assisting visitors with special needs, and guide dogs have always been welcome here,' said Janet Sinclair, the Cathedral's deputy steward.
More than 100 security staff ensured that only those with invitations got into the party, while a team of 20 "welcomers" greeted the guests, including members of the England squad, heroes of the 1966 World Cup.
"We have recruited trained welcomers who work alongside our volunteers to encourage people to come into the cathedral, and give each visitor a warm and personal welcome.
Designate people as welcomers -- people specifically chosen to keep an eye out for newcomers each week.
Aside from the large gathering of visitors and welcomers, the airport was packed wall to wall with Canadian soldiers in full military gear - fatigues everywhere.
At 11.30am on Wednesday, September 25th, 1895, a crowd of welcomers surged around a first-class carriage just arrived at Leicester's Midland station.
Some quickly passed the welcomers, knowing that nobody would be expecting them; others emerged smiling, looking for their families or hosts.
He was cheered as he assured his welcomers that he would support the church's ban on women priests and follow Stafford in prohibiting the We Are Church Coalition, a national organization seeking church reforms, from circulating petitions on church property.
At the first stop in Berlin, the Company's arrival was greeted by a crowd of welcomers, photographers and cameramen hired by American producer Morris Gest.
He was the guest of honor and speaker and the "welcomers" were the governor of Laguna, the vice governor, the congressman of the second district of Laguna, the mayor and vice-mayors of Calamba.
The Pope was so surprised by the few welcomers that he investigated the cause and discovered that Cruz and others like him who were abused as children by clergymen had exposed these practices and the public reacted with consternation and responded accordingly.
All this was brought about by the large number of volunteers who worked on the day as welcomers and guides and also provided the lovely afternoon Victorian tea.