Welcome Back In A Sentence

How To Use Welcome Back In A Sentence?

  • How glad the hearts of both must have been to welcome back one who had so abundantly justified their confidence in his powers!
  • It still has its message, and now it sounded to welcome back the exiled mother and son under its precious care again.
  • He seized my hand, and wished me welcome back to life; the people here at home had long ago laid me in my grave.
  • King Winwealth heard that sound where he slept, and came out glad of heart to welcome back his brother.
  • But we will enter and look upon the happy throng assembled here to welcome back their former playmate, sweet Alice Clayton.
  • Remove the stern Usurper, a penitent nation, weary of oppression, would joyfully welcome back its exiled Sovereign.
  • As a rule, Mr Cargrim did not come to afternoon tea, but on this occasion he presented himself; ostensibly to welcome back his patron, in reality to watch him.
  • At Queenstown I telegraphed my arrival to friends at home, and by the time the ship entered the Mersey there were those waiting at the landing-place to give me a cordial welcome back.
  • Swift shuttles of an Empire's loom that weave us main to main, The Coastwise Lights of England give you welcome back again!
  • In Salome the nun saw again a once beloved pupil, whom she, in common with all her sisterhood, had fondly expected to welcome back to her novitiate.
  • He has visited Berlin, and more than held his own in a Council of the greatest modern diplomatists; has received a welcome back in London city such as no living Minister can boast; and has had the high honour of entertaining his Queen as a guest under his own roof.
  • The whistling wings of wild-fowl, as they ever and anon desert the pools of water now open in the lake and hurry over the forest-trees, accord well with the shrill cry of the yellow-leg and curlew, and with the general wildness of the scene; while the reviving frogs chirrup gladly in the swamps to see the breaking up of winter and welcome back the spring.
  • Then Sir Percivale told him how King Arthur and all his knights, and in especial Queen Guenever, made great dole and sorrow that ever he departed from them, and that never knight was better welcome back to the court than he would be.
  • He was sure that they had done their duty as inhabitants of Victoria in meeting to welcome back again to this colony the gentlemen who had been sent out in search of those who first crossed the continent of Australia and brought into conspicuous notice the great enterprise, which was first initiated by the colony of Victoria, of exploring the whole of this vast continent.
  • After supper, the chaplain united the happy pair, and the next day they left the old castle and returned to court, where the king was delighted to welcome back the prince and his lovely bride, who was thenceforward nicknamed, both by her contemporaries and by the chroniclers who handed down the legend, the Sleeping Beauty in the Wood.
  • She turned about when she heard men coming, and when she saw Hallblithe a smile came into her face like the sun breaking out on a fair but clouded morning, and she went up to him and took him by the hands and kissed his cheek, and said: "Welcome, Spearman! welcome back!
  • If we take the extremest possibility, and suppose a revolution in Germany or in South Germany, and the replacement of the Hohenzollerns in all or part of Germany by a Republic, then I am convinced that for republican Germany there would be not simply forgiveness, but a warm welcome back to the comity of nations.
  • Why, he did not wait till his poor, ragged, worn and wasted boy got in and made his confession; but he saw him a great way off (verse 20) and he knew what had passed in the boy's heart and life, and moved with compassion toward him, he ran and fell on his neck and kissed him a glad welcome back to his heart and home.
  • She was brought to Charles, who said, 'Maiden, my Maid, you are welcome back again if you can tell me the secret that is between you and me.'

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Welcome Back | Welcome Back Sentence

  • We had such a welcome back.
  • And aye be welcome back again!
  • And aye be welcome back again.
  • Heartily welcome back to your old quarters again!
  • WELCOME BACK!
  • For A.B.'s like JOHN are always Welcome back again!
  • Antonio_, welcome back to Court.
  • DAL'S WELCOME BACK.
  • Welcome back, my daughter!'
  • Welcome back, runaway!'
  • I have had a great welcome back to London.'
  • Welcome back to Solaris Farm!"
  • Welcome back!"
  • An' welcome back mi lad."
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  • "Welcome back, Nick," he then said.
  • "You are welcome back again to our town of peace.
  • "Welcome back, Julius.
  • Welcome back to England, home--and beauty."
  • "Welcome back to London, Miss Abbeway!
  • , The Coastwise Lights of England give you welcome back again!

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