welcoming committee

NOUN
  1. a committee to welcome new residents to a community
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How To Use welcoming committee In A Sentence

  • There's a bit of a welcoming committee on the tarmac so let's go over and see who's here.
  • A welcoming committee greets newcomers to the Parkside neighborhood.
  • There's a bit of a welcoming committee on the tarmac so let's go over and see who's here.
  • A small, seemingly chocolately treat covered in whipped cream and caramel drizzle is presented to a new hire as a gift from his/her welcoming committee of new fellow associates. Use Your Old Coffee Grounds To Clean Dishes, Kill Fleas And Much More | Lifehacker Australia
  • We were spotted immediately and a welcoming committee of children cheered our arrival.
  • Some snorkellers swam alongside a whale shark, while divers of one boat made their entry to find themselves among a welcoming committee of pilot whales.
  • The welcoming committee is pure science fiction, a towering wind energy farm of sleek white windmills, five storeys high and filling the valley's entire widescreen width.
  • Giles looked more than a little stunned to see his welcoming committee all greeting him at once.
  • Some snorkellers swam alongside a whale shark, while divers of one boat made their entry to find themselves among a welcoming committee of pilot whales.
  • Then it emerged that far from toking on a carrot-sized conical bifter, Mourinho and his players were stoned in a more biblical sense by a welcoming committee of Barcelona fans, who smashed several windows on their team bus as it pitched up at the visitors' pre-match digs. Conical bifter; and FiverLeaks
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