friendly; hospitable; welcoming: The aloha spirit prevails throughout the islands.
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How to use aloha in a sentence
In the aloha State, Obama has endorsed and cut a radio ad for Neil Abercrombie, the incumbent governor.
He spotted Nestor Gabriel Caballero Gutierrez, 39, of aloha, Oregon, limping down the road.
There are always flowers, always aloha shirts, always music.
We did ride the next day, and many days thereafter; and aloha proved all and more than the Kentuckian had promised.The Fat of the Land | John Williams Streeter
Today Oahu welcomes an astounding number of visitors to share its exotic scenery, eternal summer climate and warm aloha spirit.Oahu Traveler's guide | Bill Gleasner
The sun was lowering and birds of evening were beginning to brood over the painted water when The aloha cast anchor.
For an hour or more the moon, flooding the edge of the deck of The aloha, cast four shadows sharply upon the smooth boards.
The aloha is his, and so am I, busy body and idle soul, for using up his yacht and his time on a newspaper story.