Thesaurus / invite
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
As your host for the evening, I invite you to go to the drawing-room and dance something a little more modern than the minuet.
PETER COTTERELL'S TREASURERUPERT SARGENT HOLLAND
Joan was not one to invite a warm affection in another woman at the outset.
THE IMAGINARY MARRIAGEHENRY ST. JOHN COOPER
But we can invite him to open, and the one form of invitation that scarcely ever fails is for you to give him your confidence.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN THE FAMILYHENRY F. COPE
Lady Carrington has been kind enough to send round this morning to invite you.
WILD HEATHERL. T. MEADE
To-morrow night, or after to-morrow night, I presume that the orators will invite me to their board.
He wished to invite all the wise women in the land, for these wise women could grant fairy gifts to his little child.
THE BEACON SECOND READERJAMES H. FASSETT
On the other hand, he would not press drink upon a Babu were he never so friendly, nor would he invite him to meat.
I quite wished that he'd invite Mr. Norman to break off from his sister, but he didn't.
THE HEATHER-MOONC. N. WILLIAMSON AND A. M. WILLIAMSON
Then you may invite them into one of the dressing 166 rooms for a time.
MARJORIE DEAN, HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORPAULINE LESTER
To think that there was not a restaurant in Monaco, where for once he could be extravagant and invite the Prince!
THE ENEMIES OF WOMENVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
WORDS RELATED TO INVITE
- be at beck and call
- be obsequious
- be servile
- buddy up
- butter up
- cater to
- cave in to
- curry favor
- fall all over
- honey up
- lay it on
- lick boots
- make up to
- pay court
- play up to
- open door
- rain check
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