invite[ verb in-vahyt; noun in-vahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF invite
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVITE
"She might have been polite enough to invite me in," said Halbert, with chagrin.
The Republic summons them to their duty, and I invite co-operation.
If you really mean to be friends with me of course I must invite you to my home.
If after I am free a friend of mine gave a feast, and did not invite me to it, I should not mind a bit.
I invite the reader to remark this road, for it is historic.
But a minute ago you had the goodness to invite me to smoke.
Sometimes they slay their own wives, and invite their neighbours to the repast.
Perhaps so on our side, not on his—or why does he invite us?
Manifest no distrust, or you may invite the danger you appear to apprehend.
You'll like to have a real home table, and you can invite company every day, if you say so.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INVITE
- be at beck and call
- be obsequious
- be servile
- buddy up
- butter up
- cater to
- cave in to
- curry favor
- fall all over
- fall on one's knees
- honey up
- lay it on
- lick boots
- make up to
- pay court
- play up to
- open door
- rain check