Rolled out the welcome mat for - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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roll out the welcome mat (for someone)
To welcome someone with a warm or elaborate display of friendliness and hospitality. My auntie always rolls out the welcome mat whenever we call around for a visit. The principal likes to roll out the welcome mat for new teachers every autumn, so they can start off the school year on a positive note.
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A neighbour told the They've rolled out the welcome mat for
the big man in red at their home in Connsbrook HALLOWEEN might still be fresh in the memory but that hasn't stopped one family from getting in the Christmas spirit.
Rich but worker-starved Singapore has historically rolled out the welcome mat for
foreigners, whose numbers rose dramatically in the boom of 2004-2007.
ASHLEY WILLIAMS rolled out the welcome mat for
new Swansea coach Francesco Guidolin - after admitting he had to Google him first.