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Definition of "guests" []

  • A person who is entertained, taken out to eat, etc, and paid for by another (noun)
  • A person who receives hospitality at the home of another (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • A person who receives the hospitality of a government, establishment, or organization (noun)
  • An actor, contestant, entertainer, etc, taking part as a visitor in a programme in which there are also regular participants (noun)
  • A patron of a hotel, boarding house, restaurant, etc (noun)
  • (in theatre and broadcasting) to be a guest (verb)
  • Plural form of guest. (noun)

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Use "guests" in a sentence
  • "When NPR has two opposing sides on one of their talk shows to debate an issue, one of the guests is usually a right wing conservative, like Evan Bayh or Joe Lieberman, and the other guest is an ultra right wing lunatic like Grover Norquist."
  • "Mind you, they do impress at dinner partiesunless one of your guests is a Yellow, in which case it would probably give him or her a headache."
  • "All of the above having been said, you are not a gatekeeper, but you are a host, and as such, part of your responsibility to guests is to neutralize outsiderss who would impinge on the comfort of both guests and members."