hospitably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a hospitable manner
she was received hospitably by her new family
- In full-page ads, Macy's hospitably showed an opening-day mob scene in front of the new Ohrbach's faade, then slyly suggested: "If you live through this, you're ready for Macy's.
- He welcomed the procession, and hospitably bade it enter.
- To make amends, he motioned Correspondent Lyons hospitably to a typewriter, and while the interview was being typed, plied him with sandwiches, tea.
News & Articles
- 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.
June 27, 2013 - Irish Central
- Walter Veltroni in International Herald Tribune
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....
- William Wills in The Age
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...