regreet

regreet

(riːˈɡriːt)
n
a return of greetings or an exchange of greetings
vb (tr)
to greet again or to return greetings to
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And shall these hands, so lately purged of blood, So newly joined in love, so strong in both, Unyoke this seizure and this kind regreet ?
In 1.3, after bidding farewell, before the imminent duel, to his cousin Aumerle, Bolingbroke turns to his father: "Lo, as at English feasts, so I regreet / The daintiest last, to make the end most sweet" (67-68).
One of the books previously ensconced in John's library among the romances was Coke on Littleton, and it is precisely this book--a commentary on law--that Bayard is reading as we regreet him, now a man of twenty-four, living in the home of his law professor, Wilkins, who, Faulkner tells us, will later become a judge.
For exampleif,on entering the waiting room, you a regreeted by a low humming sound and find several figures in pinstripes lying open-mouthed on the wooden benches, having converted their camel coats into makeshift bed-rolls, you should begin to sense that all is not well.
Upon entering, you a regreeted by a large central bar, with the drinking area spreading out into big rooms either side.