greet (someone or something) with (something)

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greet (someone or something) with (something)

To welcome or meet an arriving person with something in particular. The kids greeted me with signs and balloons when I got home from my trip. I'm sorry to greet you with such bad news.
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greet someone or something with something

to welcome someone or something with something; to accost someone or something with something upon arrival. I greeted her with a large bouquet of roses. The sun greeted the day with bright rays of light.
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However,South Western Railwaypassengers were greeted with something rather awkward on Friday (May 10).
2Anfield learning to love Shaq For a player whose signing was greeted with something of a shrug from Liverpool supporters, Xherdan Shaqiri is fast becoming a crowd favourite.
However, when she arrived to finally confront her, she was greeted with something she never expected-Chloe's lifeless body on the ground, surrounded by pills.
Once I exchanged info with the controller, I was greeted with something to the effect of, "Oh, by the way, you entered the Class Bravo back there without a clearance."
Users of Windows versions from the last dozen years or more will be greeted with something completely unfamiliar: The newfangled Windows Start screen, featuring Windows-Phone like tiles that display info based on the apps they represent.
If that bank knew the value of the "empirical customer conversation " I would be greeted with something like: "We realize that we did not have the value proposition you needed when you decided to use other providers.
* SUPERB Valeriy This alliance of complete technical command with total emotional absorption in the music was a powerful blend and it is no wonder that Sokolov was greeted with something approaching rapture by the knowledgeable Huddersfield audience.
A year ago, our suggestions were greeted with something between horror and amusement.
Despite our desire to celebrate even the most trivial achievements, and a 24-hour electronic news apparatus with an omnivorous appetite, Barry Bonds' 715th home run was greeted with something very close to embarrassed silence.
The city's latest effort to drive us on to public transport has been greeted with something considerably less than enthusiasm by most of the car-drivers who sit festering in evening rush hour jams as they head along the Great North Road towards Gosforth.
TWO big numbers dominated the front page of Monday's Racing Post, one of them greeted with something akin to universal acclamation, the other enough to drive you to the grave and start spinning.
Councillor Alexander Nicoll said: "People come from all over the world to see Downing Street and they are greeted with something that looks like Stalag 14."
We always leave people a folder with local bus times, and train times, etc, and when we visit we are usually greeted with something similar.
On Moscow streets the news of his downfall was greeted with something akin to mourning.