Definitions for glad hand
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a hearty welcome or enthusiastic reception, esp. one that is effusive or hypocritical.
Origin of glad hand:
a warm welcome; may be insincere
A warm welcome offered a guest by a host.
A coupling device used on semi-trailer trucks for attaching air brake lines from the tractor to the trailer.
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