- In the nature of a compliment.
- But yesterday evening late, when Lewis arrived from down town he found his supper spread, and some presents of books there, with very writings on the fly-leaves, and certain very letters, and more or less greenbacks of dignified denomination pinned to those letters and fly-leaves... w:Mark Twain, Mark Twain, The Letters of Mark Twain, Vol. 3 (published 2004) p. 56.
- free, Free; provided at no charge.
- In the evenings, Ward and PJ offer guests a drink. This gesture seems to reinforce the hosts' desire to make everyone feel welcome. Vivien Lougheed, Belize Pocket Adventures (2005), p. 65.
- With respect to the closing of a letter, formal and professional.
- The closing is the word grouping used to bring the message or text to a close. Richard H. Beatty, The Perfect Cover Letter (2003).
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