The town that has received, according to the local governor, about 180,000 refugees.
When Romney finished speaking, he received polite applause and simply walked off stage right.
Whereas I received, and was comforted by, the confirmation of the precise opposite: There is no plan.
Dear Maria: I received an inquiry about you from Holly Millea of Premiere magazine.
But the industry employs over 11 million people, and the EEOC received just 7,256 total complaints from all industries last year.
And it is difficult to suppose that Moses had not received a complete education.
Who among you ever received an injury from that kind old man?
Frankly as he had gone to the Girondin with his confession, so frankly had the other received it.
She received his bits of news with the aplomb of a resourceful commander.
Where the gospel is unknown, there is nothing too improbable to be received.
"generally accepted as true or good," mid-15c., past participle adjective from receive. Thomas Browne called such notions receptaries (1646).
c.1300, from Old North French receivre (Old French recoivre) "seize, take hold of, pick up; welcome, accept," from Latin recipere "regain, take back, bring back, carry back, recover; take to oneself, take in, admit," from re- "back," though the exact sense here is obscure (see re-) + -cipere, comb. form of capere "to take" (see capable). Radio and (later) television sense is attested from 1908. Related: Received; receiving.