We have no meanings for "warm cordiality" in our records yet.
She greeted the Canon with her usual warm cordiality, but still looked grave and preoccupied.
Uncle Lance arose and greeted the husky corporal and his timid wife with warm cordiality.
He held out a hand in warm cordiality, and Alec wrung it without a shadow of concern.
She uttered it with a warm cordiality, and yet the note of impatience which rang in her voice ten minutes before was again there
He spoke French very purely, and had all that warm cordiality and graceful vivacity of manner which seems to be peculiar to the French.
That night, at a large dinner given by a well-known English host, my friend Hoppin was present, and at once greeted me with warm cordiality.
"Dear Thostrup!" said she, and pressed, with warm cordiality, both his hands.
"Good night, and thank you very much indeed!" Rosamund called after him with warm cordiality.
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