invite

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  • They were poor and an uncle had invited them to farm his land for him.
  • Some effort has been put into making the site a more inviting place.
  • There are also other means to be invited to the tournament.
  • This one went to visit people, that one invited people.
  • This show is attended by invited guests but is often open to the general public.
  • He was invited back for the following year, but decided instead to drop out of high school.
  • Invited family members and friends may bring gifts for the new home.
  • These parties were traditionally attended only by women, but men may also be invited.
  • I only asked him so that he would invite me but he didn't.
  • Foreign guests can also be invited to sing or say works from their land.
  • He invited Charles to come to England in person - which he did during that same month.
  • God will not do anything at all unless the person invites him to.
  • They continued for many years their habit of inviting students into their own home.
  • She invited him to join her for a drink; he accepted and the two became friends.
  • When a country's citizens are invited to vote, it is usually for an election.
  • One may only go to the funeral if one is invited.
  • The next day she invited him to her apartment but he declined.
  • They can also invite their audience to their events and reach them at the actual event.
  • He also received a spring training invite along with his contract.
  • He was not invited back to speak at Harvard for another thirty years.
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Meaning of invite

  • noun A colloquial expression for invitation
    he didn't get no invite to the party
  • verb Increase the likelihood of
    ask for trouble, invite criticism
  • verb Invite someone to one's house
    Can I invite you for dinner on Sunday night?
  • verb Ask someone in a friendly way to do something
  • verb Have as a guest
    I invited them to a restaurant
  • verb Ask to enter
    We invited the neighbors in for a cup of coffee
  • verb Request the participation or presence of
    The organizers invite submissions of papers for the conference