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hospitable
used in The Great Gatsby

2 uses
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Definition
welcoming
in various senses, including:
  • inclined to treat guests well — as in "She is good-natured and hospitable."
  • favorable to life and growth — as in "The climate is hospitable to roses."
  • open to new ideas or change — as in "The organization is hospitable to new ideas."
  • It might have lasted indefinitely except for the fact that Ella Kaye came on board one night in Boston and a week later Dan Cody inhospitably died.
    p. 100.6
  • He had been coasting along all too hospitable shores for five years when he turned up as James Gatz's destiny at Little Girls Point.
    p. 99.9

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