Welcome vs. Welcomed

Welcome vs. Welcomed — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Welcome and Welcomed

Welcomeadjective

Received with pleasure and hospitality into one's company or home

a welcome guest.

Welcomedadjective

Received with pleasure and hospitality into one's company or home

a welcome guest.

Welcomeadjective

Giving pleasure or satisfaction; agreeable or gratifying

a welcome respite from hard work.

Welcomedadjective

Giving pleasure or satisfaction; agreeable or gratifying

a welcome respite from hard work.

Welcomeadjective

Cordially or willingly permitted or invited

You are welcome to join us.

Welcomedadjective

Cordially or willingly permitted or invited

You are welcome to join us.
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Welcomeadjective

Used in the expression you're welcome to acknowledge an expression of gratitude.

Welcomedadjective

Used in the expression you're welcome to acknowledge an expression of gratitude.

Welcomenoun

A cordial greeting or hospitable reception given to an arriving person.

Welcomednoun

A cordial greeting or hospitable reception given to an arriving person.

Welcomenoun

A reception upon arrival

gave the stranger an unfriendly welcome.

Welcomednoun

A reception upon arrival

gave the stranger an unfriendly welcome.
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Welcomenoun

The state of being welcome

Don't overstay your welcome.

Welcomednoun

The state of being welcome

Don't overstay your welcome.

Welcomeverb

To greet, receive, or entertain (another or others) cordially or hospitably.

Welcomedverb

To greet, receive, or entertain (another or others) cordially or hospitably.

Welcomeverb

To receive or accept gladly

would welcome a little privacy.

Welcomedverb

To receive or accept gladly

would welcome a little privacy.

Welcomeinterjunction

Used to greet cordially a visitor or recent arrival.

Welcomedinterjunction

Used to greet cordially a visitor or recent arrival.

Welcomeadjective

Whose arrival is a cause of joy; received with gladness; admitted willingly to the house, entertainment, or company.

a welcome visitorRefugees welcome in London!

Welcomedadjective

Having received a warm welcome.

I felt so welcomed at your party last night.

Welcomeadjective

Producing gladness.

a welcome present;welcome news

Welcomedverb

simple past tense and past participle of welcome

Welcomeadjective

Free to have or enjoy gratuitously.

You are welcome to the use of my library.

Welcomedadjective

gladly and cordially received or admitted

Welcomeinterjection

Greeting given upon someone's arrival.

Welcomeinterjection

Shortening of you're welcome.

Welcomenoun

The act of greeting someone’s arrival, especially by saying "Welcome!"; reception.

Welcomenoun

The utterance of such a greeting.

Welcomenoun

Kind reception of a guest or newcomer.

We entered the house and found a ready welcome.

Welcomenoun

The state of being a welcome guest.

wear out one's welcome

Welcomeverb

To affirm or greet the arrival of someone, especially by saying "Welcome!".

Welcomeverb

To accept something willingly or gladly.

We welcome suggestions for improvement.

Welcomenoun

the state of being welcome;

don't outstay your welcome

Welcomenoun

a greeting or reception;

the proposal got a warm welcome

Welcomeverb

accept gladly;

I welcome your proposals

Welcomeverb

bid welcome to; greet upon arrival

Welcomeverb

receive someone, as into one's house

Welcomeadjective

giving pleasure or satisfaction or received with pleasure or freely granted;

a welcome reliefa welcome guestmade the children feel welcomeyou are welcome to join us