greeter greeter


  • (n) a person who greets



  1. It is the artfully projected world view of a casino entertainer, a glorified greeter, whose job it was to make old guys with bum tickers and second wives feel good about themselves.
  2. Two instant classics:-- NY Post with Bosnian little-girl-greeter-grown up and countrypersons slamming Clinton tale with a covey of quotes.
  3. The ex-champ eventually went to work as an official greeter for Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.



  1. "I had already filled out my application at Wal-Mart to be a greeter," Tuberville said Sunday, managing to joke about the ordeal. "I was done."
    on Jan 2, 2005 By: Tommy Tuberville Source: San Diego Union Tribune

  2. "I said, 'Hey, Mick, we're thrilled to have you here.' And he kind of blew right by me like I was the greeter, and went, all dismissively, 'Yeah, we'll get it.' It made me a little bit annoyed. I knew it was going to get awkward, because I was about...
    on Jan 10, 2010 By: Hank Azaria Source:

  3. "For a man to move from a $20- or $30-an-hour union job to being a Wal-Mart (WMT) greeter is devastating," says Claudia Goldin, a Harvard University labor historian.
    on May 7, 2008 By: Goldin Source: BusinessWeek

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