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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
invite (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to offer an incentive or inducement to - entice
b) to increase the likelihood of - invite trouble
2.
a) to request the presence or participation of - invited us to dinner
b) to request formally
c) to urge politely - welcome invite comments
invite (noun)
- invitation
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
invite (verb)
1.
to request the presence or participation of
SYNONIMS:
ask, bid
RELATED WORDS:
solicit; beckon, call, summon
invite (verb)
2.
to act so as to make (something) more likely
SYNONIMS:
ask (for), flirt (with), invite, woo
RELATED WORDS:
angle (for), fish (for); hunt, search, seek; provoke, tempt
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