Guest of honor

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Definition

a guest of honor: a very important person invited (to a social event, a program, etc.)
noun

a guest: a person you invite to an event such as a party, a radio broadcast, your home, etc.
noun

Examples

  • "Before the festivities begin we have to collect the most important guest – Bruno Delavigne!"
  • "I recently had guests visit me, and I was quite embarrassed to have to apologize to them about the state of my bathroom. Explaining the large pieces of wood and plaster lodged in the toilet and sink was particularly difficult."
  • "We can show our guests a bit of Australia, and then eat so much that we all throw up!"
  • "You are all invited to the staff canteen at 1.30pm today for a concert of Christmas Carols with special guest, Horatio Oléré, on vocals (and me on piano)!"
  • "Dear guests"
  • "Dave : And what will I find there, the guest toilet?"
  • "Harold Warbuckle : Ladies and gentlemen, distinguished guests, my name is Harold P."
  • "The name's Philip, Icarus is my guest."
  • "I expect more guests in a couple of weeks for Mother's 75th birthday, and I would appreciate it if the repairs were done before their visit."
  • "We are guests on Todd's spaceship."

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