hospitably hospitably


  • (adv) in a hospitable manner


  1. He welcomed the procession, and hospitably bade it enter.
  2. To make amends, he motioned Correspondent Lyons hospitably to a typewriter, and while the interview was being typed, plied him with sandwiches, tea.
  3. Betty Ford, wearing bathrobe and slippers, wandered in and asked hospitably what both men would like to drink.


  • Congrats Winners!

    THE last weekend in August saw the conclusion of a very successful Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann in Tullamore, Co. Offaly which has received rave reviews from many quarters as one of the best ever thanks to a spell of great weather and superb organization for the venue which accommodated the rotating event most hospitably and efficiently in the well-laid out town.
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Irish Central


  1. "Rome is a city that has always welcomed all people hospitably," Mayor Walter Veltroni said. "I consider what appeared on the Manchester United site an unpleasant accident, and a dangerous one because it risks creating a negative atmosphere....
    on Apr 3, 2007 By: Walter Veltroni Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. In May 1861 Wills reported: "As I was about to pass the blacks' encampment they invited me to stay; I did so and was even more hospitably entertained than before, being on this occasion, offered a share of a gunyah [shelter] and supplied with plenty...
    on Jan 15, 2010 By: William Wills Source: The Age

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