Her valedictory, like her salutatory, was a diffuse apology for their intrusion upon the sacredness of the installation-eve.
It was Freneau's salutatory at the beginning of his new career in Philadelphia.
The salutatory of the Dial, dated 1840, stated the case against the national mugginess clearly.
This was followed by the salutatory address, given by a tall dignified senior.
The warmest praise came from the poets,—the "high, impassioned few" of her "salutatory."
On others, salutatory expressions are sometimes found, such as "Hail to thee;" "Happy as possible."
The worthy man bowed, bestowed a salutatory roll of his eyes on Mr. Stuyvesant, and stood deferentially waiting.
After the salutatory phrase used by a speaker in addressing the chairman or the audience.
He neither sings a Godspeeding ode to the runaway king, nor a salutatory to the new comers.
As the salutatory phrase in No. 94 is a paragraph, a dash would follow the colon.
1690s, "pertaining to a salutation," from Latin salutatorius "pertaining to visiting or greeting," from salut-, past participle stem of salutare "to greet" (see salute (v.)). From 1702 in reference to an address which welcomes those attending commencement exercises.