Third-person singular simple present indicative form of greet. (verb)
Greetings sent to other demosceners, often included in the scrolltext of a demo. (noun)
Examples of word greets
Denny Hamlin greets fans before last month's race at Texas Motor Speedway, where he notched his second victory of the season.
Anyway, Sarah Palin greets them at the door in a taped bit.
With its magnificent domes and arches, the limestone-colored structure transports visitors back to an era of craftsmanship: a large, white marble fountain greets visitors in a high-ceilinged lobby with an octagonal entrance and a brick-inlaid dome.
Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain greets Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama Thursday at the midpoint of a forum on national service at Columbia University.
The Bedouin greets you with: -- "May God grant you a happy morning," or "May God grant you His favors," or "If God wills it, you are well."
Alabama's Kirby Smart among nominees for Broyles Award as top assistant Tide hoops all about 'business' while heading to Orlando for holiday weekend Crowd chanting her name greets Sarah Palin at Homewood booksigning
Crowd chanting her name greets Sarah Palin at Homewood booksigning Police arrest Georgia man after fight leaves teen unconscious on University of Alabama campus South Carolina Gov.
Birmingham City Council members Hoyt and Scales assume key leadership posts Crowd chanting her name greets Sarah Palin at Homewood booksigning