welcomingly


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Related to welcomingly: To show off, stand on, took over, dichotomising

welcomingly

(ˈwɛlkəmɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a welcoming manner
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The interior manages to be at once chicly industrial and welcomingly cosy, thanks to a hugely eclectic range of stuff (statues, paintings, some sort of weird knitted flower arrangement attached to a bicycle) jazzing up the scrubbed wood tables and exposed pipes on the ceiling.
It is important for a society that has embraced the fast food culture welcomingly. With the sudden sprout of fast food joints in Pakistan, eating habits of the younger population have heavily shifted towards ready-for-consumption food which is not only an unhealthy trend but is also resulting in environmental degradation.
Two of the five lamps on display--One Is Silver and And the Other Is Gold, both 2017, a pair of erect women with metallic vulvas and nipples--appeared to smirk welcomingly at viewers.
Minor points: In one chapter, figure text is in French, and Raoult's story of lice in plague pandemics is welcomingly personal.
We are opening our arms welcomingly to all Palestinians and extending our hands to whoever wishes to steer the ship to its right destination -- be it the Reform Trend or the Authority in Ramallah.
China worries about "growing old before getting rich"; if America remains a welcomingly open society, it will stay both young and rich while the rest of the world's powers struggle to support aging populations.
And it is all welcomingly shaping up as a season as memorable as those featuring legends Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, never friends, always enemies, and crowd-pullers of immense attraction.
THE unobtrusively cool but welcomingly warm Hotel Panache, housed in a 19th-century building, has recently opened in Paris with a slant on retro, making the most of its corner location and quirkily-shaped rooms.
Even his philosophy, which FitzGerald observes earned a broader treatment from Lucretius, seems welcomingly dilettantish in its neglect to form "any such laborious System" as that of the earlier writer (p.
His knowledge and love of the N WC is remarkable and he welcomingly shares it.