- v. Simple past tense and past participle of salute.
“The rich notes of a robin saluted her from the birch wood, and opened her ears to the day.”
“As soon as the monarch had graciously accepted her hospitable gift, his domestics lifted a small silver table to a convenient height, as he sat on horseback; and Attila, when he had touched the goblet with his lips, again saluted the wife of Onegesius, and continued his march.”
“The defection was rapid and universal; his loyal slaves were sacrificed to the public fury; the troops deserted to the standard of Bahram; and the provinces again saluted the deliverer of his country.”
“But when Eddy darling had told his story, I saluted, which is difficult in furs, and I stated I was bringin 'him dispatches from the North.”
“Ezra's precious name saluted us, at first, in the title of the book, but in the history we have not met with it till this chapter introduces him into public action in another reign, that of Artaxerxes.”
“Her feet had hardly "saluted" the shore after the canoe ride when her guide began to talk of the fierce river they would shortly have to ford.”
“Tapa said musicians like Viomak - a pseudonym forged from her first name Violah and part of her surname - should be "saluted" for their courage in challenging the Mugabe regime.”
“Arianna Huffington, the Bush administration at first said to he networks, don't show these Osama bin Laden videotapes because they're propaganda, their aiding the enemy cause, and the networks kind of saluted and fell into line.”
“The union "saluted" MEC Ebrahim Rasool for "having the political will to take on fraudsters and fraud syndicates" operating in the social service and welfare department.”
“I had shaken hands with Mordaunt, but I advanced and "saluted" madam, and the cheek was suddenly filled with exquisite roses.”
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