inviting

[ in-vahy-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF inviting

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVITING

It was the marshal calling to them that Andrew was gone and inviting them in to finish him.

There was self-assertion, but not of the antagonistic—solely of the inviting sort.

Beyond Schwitter's the highroad stretched, broad and inviting, across the State.

I knew that she was inviting me to follow her, but I refused to move.

He bent forward a little, with the air of inviting a confidence.

There was no reason for inviting him alone; besides, it was happier to sit by, leaving him to some one else.

A number of my friends ate it because of its inviting taste and odor.

I supposed that your object in inviting me to this interview was peace.

Inviting you to share her box at the opera so that you may be seen in public with that man.

So, as inviting her was out of the question, he resolved not to attend, himself.

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