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ˈgreeter

/ ˈɡriːtə /

noun

  1. a person who greets people at the entrance of a shop, restaurant, casino, etc


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His service as a guard had earned him the right to be the VIP greeter that day.

Right as I walked into the store on Monday night, a greeter smiled at me behind a plate of plastic cups filled with Sofritas.

He shows it to an elderly greeter at Walmart, and to the guy who escorts Harris and his wife around a house they hope to rent.

His door should be open, but he does not play the part either of a father confessor or of a hotel greeter.

Therefore the said rl, is greeter than ye: And even now it was shewed ul, was equall to rl.

The greeter had acne and a pair of tights that showed off his skinny knock-knees.

Yes, sir; her position at that time, so she told us, was that she was a greeter for the city of Fort Worth.

A bill glided across the register of the hotel desk, and the greeter promised to attend to the club sandwiches himself.

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