salutatory

NOUN
  1. an opening or welcoming statement (especially one delivered at graduation exercises)
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How To Use salutatory In A Sentence

  • People who do enjoy it, do so on such an immense, worshipful and salutatory level that it can be a little overwhelming to actually think a book can be that good and life changing.
  • The Hummer stopped next to another dark green Jeep facing the cave mouth, and gave a quick salutatory beep.
  • After a few salutatory remarks, Kevin directed me to walk alongside him as we continued with our conversation.
  • Graduation took place on Sunday, May 21. Kelly McCarthy delivered the salutatory address and Lauren Boucher, the valedictory address.
  • Rachel Tenney Aptekar delivers her salutatory address during Gilroy's graduation ceremony Friday.
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