welcome mat

NOUN
  1. a mat placed outside an exterior door for wiping the shoes before entering
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How To Use welcome mat In A Sentence

  • In the animal kingdom, it's known as thanatosis - an animal feigns death in order to evade predators or unwelcome mating attention. Ben Sherwood: Playing Dead: How to Survive Like the Hero in the Binghamton Massacre
  • Through the dark windows lay the towns where all the men seated around him would soon carry their briefcases down silent streets, wipe the bottoms of their polished shoes on a WELCOME mat, greet their aproned wives, kiss their children, and have a conversation about the weather, the grocery bill, new kitchen cabinets. Strangers at the Feast
  • The county has put out the welcome mat for international investors.
  • That is why I find so welcome Mathewes's stress on the importance of memory as at the heart of my concern with liberalism and modernity.
  • A letter from an old flame fluttered to the welcome mat this week, tinged with the rosy glow of nostalgia and giving off a faint melancholy whiff of might-have-beens.
  • In order to create social awareness concerning homeless people and gather more voluntaries, the Hogar Padre Venard, a centre for the homeless, lauched this campaign where welcome mats were placed in the streets with the copy "Welcome to the harsh reality of those who call the street their home. Archive 2007-07-01
  • Less synthesizer, more sewer, the Atlantic — an ocean of filth in its own right, stepping-stone-less, lily-white-launching-pad welcome mat for pallid oppressor-rapists — has dipped its toes in a curdled consommé of croaking crepitus? Matthew Yglesias » Wednesday Regenerative Animal Blogging
  • However, amidst all the serious discussions, the hosts from the East put out the welcome mat in grand Thai style.
  • Song's head cracked hard on the floor next to the welcome mat.
  • No more illegals! time for all of you to go home, just leave, you have all wore out the welcome matts, now its time to leave! Driving Without English
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