welcome wagon

NOUN
  1. a wheeled vehicle carrying information and gifts from local merchants for new residents in an area
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How To Use welcome wagon In A Sentence

  • City leaders have rolled out the welcome wagon for several new businesses.
  • So you're the sheriff and the welcome wagon all rolled into one, huh?
  • The company is bringing out the welcome wagon for the new sales recruits.
  • The company is bringing out the welcome wagon for the new sales recruits.
  • Yet my Angeleno homeboys won't be rolling out the welcome wagon.
  • For decades, newcomers were greeted by the Welcome Wagon.
  • Instead they tune to the slanderous Fox "News" - for the debates, a clearly pubescent network that pulled in almost the same amount of viewers as Disney's ABC - the number one rated network for the un-contentious debates that featured the theatrics of the ever-ingratiating Sarah of the Welcome Wagon. The John McStrange & Winky Show
  • You'd think after all he's done for Iraq, and how marvelous he's made things for the people there, the local Welcome Wagon would at least get a little early notice. Everything But the Plastic Turkey
  • Suppose one day scientists pick up a transmission they think is generated by aliens. Now what? Do we build a landing strip and break out the welcome wagon?
  • Email a copy of 'From Gitmo Jihadist to Immigrant on Obama's Welcome Wagon ' to a friend E-Mail 'From Gitmo Jihadist to Immigrant on Obama's Welcome Wagon ' To A Friend
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