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However, I came to believe that a companion would’ve made the space feel confining during covid times, when stepping into the hallway or walking the train is less inviting.
In time she found a rapidly warming countryside of forests and inviting and temperate hills.
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By the time I arrive at the hotel, the sun is beginning to set and my bed looks very inviting.
Next morning four women, long-coated, tissue-veiled, watched the brown beauty roll invitingly up to Macauley's porch steps.
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The decanter of whiskey and glasses were still invitingly there.
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Heidi looked at the jug that was steaming away invitingly, and ran quickly back to the cupboard.
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He strode over to an open, awninged window and dropped into an invitingly cushioned chair.
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The bower was always invitingly open in the back garden; hence the bower was the regular rendezvous of the trappers.
I would hide her spectacles in it, and lay it on top of the clothes-basket and prop it up invitingly open against her tea-pot.
MARGARET OGILVYJ. M. BARRIE
The village inn, with its gay painted sign of the "Golden Boar" flapping to and fro in the evening breeze, stood invitingly open.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN

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