Origin of salutation
Related formssal·u·ta·tion·al, adjectivesal·u·ta·tion·less, adjectivenon·sal·u·ta·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for salutation
I settled on “Oh God of our many understandings” as the salutation.
Her salutation reads, “Robert S, McNamara—revered, praised, questioned, respected, honored, celebrated … and loved.”
“Ozzy rules,” he said as his salutation, his pinky, pointer, and thumb outstretched in perfect formation.Donkeygate! Bush Officials Banned the Democrat Mascot|Randall Lane|July 6, 2010|DAILY BEAST
She smiled at them; but they did not return the salutation, and their actions made her more shy.The Girl from Montana|Grace Livingston Hill
That he repeated the salutation, and extended his hand as a token of unbroken friendship.Round the Block|John Bell Bouton
"Muster your men aft, captain," said the leader, scorning any response to the captain's salutation.The Naval History of the United States|Willis J. Abbot.
Adoniram returned his salutation without rising, and bade him take a chair.Jerome, A Poor Man|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
"We shut the door when the steed's stolen, Mr. Arthur," was his salutation.The Channings|Mrs. Henry Wood