The act of inviting; solicitation; the requesting of a person's company; as, an invitation to a party, to a dinner, or to visit a friend. (noun)
A document written or printed, or spoken words, conveying the message by which one is invited. (noun)
Allurement; enticement. (noun)
A line that is intentionally left open to encourage the opponent to attack. (noun)
Examples of word invitation
But it is no occasion for vanity when one recalls the invitation from the farmer to his son's school-teacher.
I've been keeping track of what I call my invitation stream for a few weeks now and am impressed with just how many social networks there are.
I've been keeping track of what I call my invitation stream for a few weeks now and am impressed with just how many social networks there are. ...
I received an invitation from the local chapter of my coaching institute to hear from a â€œPeace Pilgrimâ€, a young man who has dedicated his life to traveling from community to community (wherever he is invited to go) to learn and teach principles of peace and love.
But this Friday, Oct. 8 at 5: 45, I am thrilled to find myself waiting inside the doors of Central Synagogue, thanks to a personal invitation from the senior rabbi, Peter Rubinstein.