invitation definition

  • noun:
    • The work of inviting.
    • A spoken or written ask for a person's presence or involvement.
    • An allurement, enticement, or destination.
    • See altar telephone call.
    • The act of inviting; solicitation; the requesting of your business; as, an invitation to a celebration, to a dinner, or to go to a buddy.
    • A document written or printed, or talked words, conveying the message in which you're invited.
    • Allurement; enticement.
    • A line this is certainly deliberately left open to encourage the opponent to attack.
    • The act of inviting; solicitation; the requesting of a person's business.
    • A document written or printed, or talked terms, conveying the message in which a person is asked.
    • Allurement; enticement.
    • The act of inviting; solicitation ahead, attend, and take part; an intimation of desire to have the existence, organization, or action of the individual welcomed: since, an invitation to a marriage; an invitation to sing.
    • The written or talked form with which a person is asked.
    • A drawing on by allurement or enticement; inducement; destination; incitement.
    • In the Anglican communion office, the brief exhortation beginning “Ye that (or who) do truly and earnestly repent you,” and introducing the confession.
    • a request (talked or written) to participate or perhaps present or take component in anything
    • a tempting allurement

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